I am writing code for calculating how many images are there in each folder. I have a folder that is dataset and it contains 12 sub-folders. Therefore, I want to show each amount of image data in every folder.
# get a list of image folders folder_list = os.listdir('/content/dataset') total_images = 0 # loop through each folder for folder in folder_list: # set the path to a folder path = './content/dataset' + str(folder) # get a list of images in that folder images_list = os.listdir(path) # get the length of the list num_images = len(images_list) total_images = total_images + num_images # print the result print(str(folder) + ':' + ' ' + str(num_images)) print('n') # print the total number of images available print('Total Images: ', total_images)
But I get the error below:
error: FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/content/datasetFat Hen'
You have forgotten to add a trailing slash ‘/’ to your string concatenation. Also, you need to remove the first dot from the path, as I understood from your comment.
path = '/content/dataset/' + str(folder)
But I would generally advice you to use os.path.join to avoid such errors in the first place, instead of manually adding path strings.
for folder in folder_list: # set the path to a folder path = os.path.join('/content/dataset' + str(folder)) #....