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Tabula helps you liberate data tables trapped inside PDF files. 2012-2020 Manuel Aristarán. Available under MIT License. See AUTHORS.md and LICENSE.md.
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I am plotting different umaps. I have a part of the code that worked yesterday, however today I get the error message: Error in do.call(c, lapply(2:ncol(nn_idx), function(i) as.vector(rbind(nn_idx[, : 'what' must be a function or character string"
My code is the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-07 at 17:52
Maybe you have overwritten the primitive function c ? R lets you do that, I was able to replicate your error bellow, and to fix it you can just remove c and it will revert back to the primitive function, so you can try that, please let me know if it fixes your problem.
I am attempting to merge two cells together. The reason for this is due to the fact that every unit under 'Chassis' should be an alphanumeric (ABCD123456) however the PO provided occasionally shifts the last number to the next row (no other data on said row) making the data look like this Example I initially tried to create a statement that looked at the cell, confirmed it was less one number, then would look at the next cell, and merge the two. Never got that to even come close to manifesting any results. I then decided to replicate the data frame, shift the second data frame(so the missing number is on the same row), and merge them together. This is where I am now. Error Msg This is my first real bit of code in Python so I am fairly certain I am doing inefficient things so by all means let me know where I can improve.
Currently I have this...Col1 Chassis Other Columns... Other Columns 2... Nan ABCD12345 ABC 123 Nan 6 Nan Nan Nan WXYZ987654 GHI 456 Nan QRSTU654987 Nan 789 Nan MNOP999999 XYZ Nan
End Goal is this...Col1 Chassis Other Columns... Other Columns 2... Nan ABCD123456 ABC 123 Nan WXYZ987654 GHI 456 Nan QRSTU654987 Nan 789 Nan MNOP999999 XYZ Nan ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 15:29
Create a virtual group and merge rows of this group for
I'm writing a program to scrape through a folder of PDFs, extracting a table from each that contains the same data fields. Sample screenshot of the table in one of the PDFs:
The goal of the program is to produce a spreadsheet with all of the data from each PDF in a single row with the date of the PDF, and the common fields as the column headers. The date in the first column should be the date in the PDF filename. It should look like this:
When I extract out the data into a dataframe and add column headers for "Field" and the date of the report, it looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-01 at 20:49
It is hard to say exactly since your examples are hard to reproduce, but it seems that instead of adding a field you are changing the column names. try switching these rows in your function:
I would like to export tables from a PDF in a dataframe or take a csv file. But I cannot read a PDF file with Python. What do I need to do? I tried reading the PDF with Python tabula:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-30 at 16:51
In comments I suggested the contents of the PDF were at fault since the Greek words had not been encoded correctly,
looks like a poor quality PDF from that many warnings Thus I first suggest before investing any more time in tuning for a suspect source you 1st verify that cut and paste that table may in fact result in something worth capturing. My initial assessment is you might get just the second column with numbers and there is some hidden Greek words that are not showing but the rest is garbage, thus the only valid extraction could be by using an OCR method.
Thus the best approach to correct that PDF first would be to use OCR, however many attempts at OCR are also mislead by the existing contents of the PDF.
So in that case, the best working solution is to OCR afresh from images. As an example I printed the first page badly, however, it was for proof of concept that an image route may get you closer to your goal.
I only have currently a means to export as monochrome tiff via 200dpi fax, you would get much better results using grey-scale as .png .pbm or .tif[f] (NOT jpg)
Once converted to plain text docx or xlsx etc. it should produce something like this, ignore the poor headings in this sample, that was a byproduct of using such a crude attempt in monochrome with a dotty background.
Clearly the result needs some clean-up to match the input such as spell checking, but should then be good enough for textual processing by any further means. A better choice of image resolution and a target output such as csv might have got a better usable result, thus closer answer to your question.
i try to use the tabula-module with python and have this code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-29 at 07:34
As per https://pypi.org/project/tabula-py/ documentation of Tabula-py, I guess you need Java 8+. And java version "1.7.0_80" is Java 7 I guess.
Kindly try to update Java version to 8+ and try again.
I have a Pandas DataFrame that was created by reading a table from a PDF with tabula. The PDF isn't parsed perfectly, so I end up with a few table columns smushed into one column in the resulting DataFrame. The issue is that one of the table columns in the PDF is text, so there are sometimes one word and sometimes two words that compose the column. Example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-03 at 03:21
You can try using
Splits string around given separator/delimiter, starting from the right.
I want to know how to extract particular table column from pdf file in python.
My code so far...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-27 at 18:22
If you have only one dataframe with
Section ID name (or are interested only in the first dataframe with this column) you can iterate over the list returned by
read_pdf, check for the column presence with
in df.columns and
break when a match is found.
Essentially, I've created a vigenere cipher. Vigenere Cipher matrix
It's a method used for coding messages. I've created the 2D array for the Vigenere cipher array. I receive a message in a form of a .txt file to be encoded. I then convert this into a regular '1D character array'. Essentially reading the text and putting every single character into a new array.
I then also get input from the user for the key, this key is then taken and repeated to match the length of the character array. So now I have a 'key array'.
How a Vingere Cipher works is that the key's first letter and the texts first letter is matched. So on the X-Axis is the 'message' and on the Y-Axis is the 'key'.
For example, if I do key: road
and message: cars
the encrypted message would be: torv,
I would get T, because I started with R on the Y-Axis and matched it to C on the X-axis.
This is how I setup my Vigenere Cipher. where 'alphabet' is this. I'm just having trouble 'matching' the characters of the two arrays (encryption key) and (message) to my Vigenere Cipher, then saving that input as an array inside a method to be used later on. Currently, I'm not too worried about capital letters and so on.
Vigenere cipher code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 06:41
As per your code output of arrayTabula would be "a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z " for 26 times.I think you no need to create x variable anymore, use i I am not quite understand your example, could you please one example? ...
Is there a way to extract data from every arrays in a pdf using python?
I've tested tabula, camelot, pdfplumber but none can extract everything or correctly.
I would like to work on these using matrix, dataframe, ...
Should I opt for OCR for better recognition ?
I am trying to retrieve this table from a pdf using tabula-py.
My script :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-18 at 14:01
In my opinion, Camelot gets a good result using stream flavor.
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