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Command Line Tool to extract data from files

Project description

Extractor is a command line program to extract data from pdf, images, using OCR,GROK patterns, YAML and multiprocessing. The goal of this application is collect data, extract and organize the results in csv file.

Getting Start

These instructions will get you a copy of the project and running on your local machine.

Installing

A instruction to installing your environment at Ubuntu/Debian

Only tested in Ubuntu with python3

sudo apt-get install python-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev antiword unrtf poppler-utils pstotext tesseract-ocr flac ffmpeg lame libmad0 libsox-fmt-mp3 sox libjpeg-dev swig libpulse-dev
pip install pyextract

Usage

The application has the follow workflow: - Download file - Extract text from file - Extract patterns - Write a csv file

Configuration file config.yml

This file is very important to application work is a file where reside all configurations, like: header of csv, order of columns, patterns to extract from file, … The syntax of this file use the rules o YAML.

Main Parameters:

DEBUG: Enable/Disable Debug output at stdout

NUM_WORKERS: Number of cores to processing

patterns: Grok Patterns.

sequence: The sequence is used to reference columns of csv related to patterns, and another configurations.

See folder sample for example of use.

Built With

Author

  • Marlon Petry - Initial work - Extractor
  • Nhan Petry - Inspiration and first user Extractor

Acknowledgments

Please give us your feedback of use, it is very important to keep developing this tool.

License

Copyright 2017 Marlon Petry

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