Research Software

Chao, T. H. J. (2021). Memespector GUI: Graphical User Interface Client for Computer Vision APIs (Version 0.2) [Software]. Available from https://github.com/jason-chao/memespector-gui.

Chao, T. H. J. & Omena, J. J. (2021). Offline Image Query and Extraction Tool (Version 0.1) [Software]. Available from https://github.com/jason-chao/offline-image-query.

Chao, Jason (2021). Domain Name Extractor [Software]. Available from https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1NE35PpE05U2TngM5P1wdNI3i-TCqm89-?usp=sharing&fbclid=IwAR27M2C15ge3bzc05ZVXDQUEU-9dDUS7MnkSue8knjvRP4sI2F6P8PCBXeU#scrollTo=g0hbo2LKMaY6

 

Memespector-GUI
 

Memespector Graphical User Interface (GUI) is is a cross-platform client for computer vision APIs with a graphical user interface, serving well the study of large image collections. It assists researchers who are less familiar with coding or running script files to use proprietary (Google, Microsoft, Clarifai) and open source (ImageNet) computer vision APIs, also characterised by its fast performance and user-friendly interface.

To download Memespector GUI go to: https://github.com/jason-chao/memespector-gui/releases/

How to use: https://github.com/jason-chao/memespector-gui

How to cite: Chao, T. H. J. (2021). Memespector GUI: Graphical User Interface Client for Computer Vision APIs (Version 0.2) [Software]. Available from https://github.com/jason-chao/memespector-gui.

 
 
Offline Image Query and Extraction Tool
 
A command-line tool that locates image files scattered in nested and sparse directories by filename, copies them to a new location and then inserts labels as prefixes to the image filenames. This tool serves the study of visual content for social or media research but it is not limited to this purpose, allowing researchers to explore and analyse specific collections of images on demand.
 
 
How to cite: Chao, T. H. J. & Omena, J. J. (2021). Offline Image Query and Extraction Tool (Version 0.1) [Software]. Available from https://github.com/jason-chao/offline-image-query.
 
 
 
Domain Name Extractor
 
This tool extracts the domain names from URLs delimited by new lines and semicolons. The domain names in the output will resemble the format of the input. It is designed to work well with lines of domain names copied from a spreadsheet. The URLs are supposed to be delimited by a semicolon in the same cell (or on the same line). The domain names in the output boxes will be in the same order as the URLs in the input box.