can you share your notebook for reference
can you share your notebook so i can understand what worked
I have shared the file here: https://github.com/debunker/HousePlantClassifier/blob/master/HPC.ipynb
Thank you for posting this! I’m getting an syntax error message when trying to run the downloading step. Any advice?
This is a great way to host and serve data. It makes it very easy in the future to edit notebooks to reference separate groups of image data.
The first method doesnt work for me. Finally it is finished that “Unfortunately all 50 could not be downloaded because some images were not downloadable. 0 is all we got for this search filter!”. Before it, you need to install Selenium and chromedrive (I had some errors between version to solve etc)
Lets start with the positive. The following worked for me.
googliser is shell script that worked for me (the only mechanism that I worked for me in colab).
Here are the steps (can be found in the git as well)
- !apt install imagemagick
- !bash <(wget -qO- git.io/get-googliser)
- !googliser --phrase “apple” --title ‘Apples!’ --color ‘full’ --number 50 --upper-size 100000 -o ‘./data’ -G
Here what didn’t work for me:
This flikr scraper has worked for me https://github.com/ultralytics/flickr_scraper. The instructions in the README are clear. Thanks to ultralytics for making it.
Now to train my croc or birkenstock classifier!
How to access this data? Once downloaded in colab? A bit new here, started course 2 days back. Sorry for silly question
Im using the paperspace virtual machine. Will it work there?
It looks like Google has updated the dom. So, there is an issue with the repo.
Check this stackoverflow
Thanks a lot. googliser works great.
Thnks! so useful!
The only problem that it says all the images are not downloadable.
Anyone faced that? what’s the solution?
I’m facing the same issue. I looked for troubleshooting documentation in the original repo but there is nothing about it. Maybe it’s something related with the chromedriver installation, i’m not pretty sure of having done it right in my vm.
Hi Lindy, thanks for your sharing. For your information, I met one issue to use google-images-download, with out “Unfortunately all 100 could not be downloaded because some images were not downloadable. 0 is all we got for this search filter!..” I searched for the solution, which is most likely that google has changed something for scrawler.~
[FIX UPDATE] So, some of the issues below still stand, but the official guide DOES still work. If you are having issues, make sure “internet” is enabled in your Kaggle notebook (facepalm). The interface is a bit different from the other steps I found:
- Click the ‘Kaggle’ icon in top right (looks like >|)
- Click Preferences
- Toggle “Internet” on
@joedockrill has also provided a helpful tool below that he wrote and maintains.
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I am having the same issue: Unfortunately all 500 could not be downloaded because some images were not downloadable. 0 is all we got for this search filter!
I tried using this guide as well and had apparently the same problem. Every download attempt got an error like this one:
Error https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcQhPp0TLFJJJVgkpP-LThb46ySlqEL9kvTtHg&usqp=CAU HTTPSConnectionPool(host=‘encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com’, port=443): Max retries exceeded with url: /images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcQhPp0TLFJJJVgkpP-LThb46ySlqEL9kvTtHg&usqp=CAU (Caused by NewConnectionError(’<urllib3.connection.VerifiedHTTPSConnection object at 0x7f259ea9bc90>: Failed to establish a new connection: [Errno -3] Temporary failure in name resolution’))
For those of you still looking for solutions, these other resources appear to be useful. The Chrome extension is very user friendly and good for a first project.
How to scrape images
Google changed their page structure and everything written a while back to work on it is broken.
You can search around for something newer (or something which has been subsequently fixed), or you can use my scraper notebook and search on duckduckgo instead. It’s less painful.
Currently, this handy Firefox extension works on Google and DuckDuckGo.
It also shows the number of image links you download and saves it in a CSV file.