+ Learn how to add structural tags to documents in Transkribus

We have another new How to Guide for users of our Transkribus platform.  This time we’re showing you how to enrich documents with structural tags like ‘paragraph’, ‘heading’, or ‘footer’.

In the near future, it will be possible to train models to automatically recognise the structure of historical documents.  Adding structural tags creates training data for this process.  If you work with this feature, there is no need to tag every element of your documents – just focus on marking up the sections that are of interest to you.

If you have any questions about structural tags, the Transkribus team are here to help (email@transkribus.eu)

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