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  1. PDF tricks

    This article contains several useful tricks for manipulating PDF files.

    The focus of this article is on Open Source and Free software, that are available for UNIX-like operating systems. These tools are made for use on the command-line of a shell.

    Adding password restrictions to a PDF file

    PDF …

  2. img4latex

    This script “image for LaTeX” is meant for generating LaTeX figure environments of pictures.

    It handles the same picture types that pdfLaTeX can handle; pdf, jpeg and png. To be able to do this, it requires the PostScript interpreter ghostscript and the identify program from the ImageMagick suite.

    This script …

  3. foto4lb

    Photos from modern digital cameras are generally so large these days that you have to shrink them to use them in a document. I do this a lot, so I automated it.

    The foto4lb.py script shrinks the files it is given to a width of 886 pixels, and shrinks …

  4. dicom2png

    Note

    It is probably better to use dicom2jpg from the same repository. It produces much smaller files, and the quality is similar.

    This simple python script uses ImageMagick to convert DICOM images from a Philips digital X-ray machine to PNG format. It crops the images from 2048x2048 pixels to 1574x2048 …


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