Barcode Nodes for KNIME provides functionality to encode and decode various kinds of barcodes. The collection of nodes currently support reading and writing the following formats: UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, EAN-13, Code 39, Code 93, Code 128, Codabar, ITF, RSS-14, RSS-Expanded, QR Code, Data Matrix, Aztec (beta), PDF 417 (beta).
Barcode Nodes for KNIME integrates with existing barcode scanning and creation libraries and makes them available in KNIME. Currently, the extension supports ZXing (Zebra Crossing) for Java and QRCode Monkey. The nodes are intended to integrate with existing KNIME nodes, such as the KNIME IO Nodes and the KNIME Image Nodes.
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Barcode Nodes for KNIME is released under the Barcode Nodes for KNIME: Terms and Conditions Version 1.0 and was created by Daniel Esser; 2017 – 2019.
The Barcode Nodes for KNIME provide you functionality to encode and decode various kinds of barcodes.
Nodes for decoding aka reading barcodes. Provide single or multiple barcodes as image to these nodes and let them give you the information that's hidden within the codes. Choose the backend you prefer for decoding, such as ZXing.
Nodes for encoding aka creating barcodes. Provide textual input and let these nodes create the matching barcodes and QR codes for you. Choose the backend you prefer for encoding, such as ZXing or QRCode Monkey.
To use this product in KNIME, install Barcode Nodes from the following update site:
A zipped version of the software site can be downloaded here.
You don't know what to do with this link? Read our NodePit Product and Node Installation Guide that explains you in detail how to install nodes to your KNIME Analytics Platform.
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