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# define function to add the image in the html file with the class name
def get_picture_html(path, tag):
image_html = """<p> {tag_name} </p> <picture> <img src= "../{path_name}" height="300" width="400"> </picture>"""
return image_html.format(tag_name=tag, path_name=path)
# define function to add the list element in the html file
def get_count_html(category, count):
count_html = """<li> {category_name} : {count_} </li>"""
return count_html.format(category_name = category, count_ = count)
# function to calculate the value count
def get_value_count(image_class_dict):
count_dic = {}
for category in image_class_dict.values():
if category in count_dic.keys():
count_dic[category] = count_dic[category]+1
else:
count_dic[category] = 1
return count_dic
# function to generate the html file from image_class dictionary
# keys will be the path of the images and values will be the class associated to it.
def generate_html(image_class_dict):
picture_html = ""
count_html = ""
# loop through the keys and add image to the html file
for image in image_class_dict.keys():
picture_html += get_picture_html(path=image, tag= image_class_dict[image])
value_counts = get_value_count(image_class_dict)
# loop through the value_counts and add a count of class to the html file
for value in value_counts.keys():
count_html += get_count_html(value, value_counts[value])
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