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Use pdftables.com. Sample input: Output:


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Extracting Tables from PDF Your requirement to extract tables from PDFs is not easy to meet. Standard PDFs do not provide any hints about the semantics of what they draw on a page: the only distinction that the syntax provides is the distinctions between vector elements (lines, fills,...), images and text. Whether any character is part of a table or part ...


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I have found something amazing http://tabula.technology/ this is the best tool we have! It's also Free. It works really well with PDF files but even works fairly well with well formed tables like above that are images. Awesome interface and great to use. It is open source (MIT License) and the source code is available at https://github.com/tabulapdf/...


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ABLE2EXTRACT PDF CONVERTER does this brilliantly well. You can check demo video on their page. The thing I love about this software is (and I think its unique to this product alone): You can just select an area from a page (a table in our case) on PDF and ask it to convert. While converting it gives us two options: Automatic or Manual (I just love this). ...


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ABBYY FineReader does very good job when it comes to optical recognition. Probably the best on the market. And it can also export to *.csv, among many other formats. The downside is, it is not free and this particular version works on Windows only. A different version for macOS exists, but it lacks many features and overall slower (subjectively) that a ...


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Plain Text Table suits most of your requirements. It's free and open sourced Use the tool online Please visit : http://plaintexttools.github.io/plain-text-table Features Interactive input table (using handsontable) Unicode or ASCII output Flexible border configuration Merged cell support (colspan and rowspan) Multiline text in the cells Text alignement ...


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Vaadin Grid Perhaps the most sophisticated data grid tool for web standard technologies you'll find is Vaadin Grid. Originally developed for the Vaadin Java-based server-side framework which uses GWT to automagically render the user interface in a web browser using standard web technologies, the Vaadin team has now made the Vaadin Grid tool available ...


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Use LibreOffice with the libreoffice-wiki-publisher package. Create or edit your table in Writer, export to MediaWiki format. See also https://stackoverflow.com/a/29469443/1333493


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Your particular use case is too rarely needed to find any special software to automate the entire process of converting a table to an image. In fact, the top three results for a web search of "table to image" give instructions that are going to take you longer than taking a screenshot and saving it as an image. However, you can speed up part of the process ...


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A combination of tools does the job: ocrmypdf pdftotext with the -layout flag a self-written script Installation for Ubuntu sudo apt-get install pdftotext ocrmypdf


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I recommend TinyMCE and NicEdit!


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When it comes to working with large tables, I use a spreadsheet and export the csv, to an online table generator. This makes editing, safe as the data can be restored if I mistake is made. Easy to save all my tables, and just in my opinion makes life so much easier. I edited so many html, markdown tables online, or manually and it is a pain. I use ...


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It's more than a simple extension, but the Code First workflow of Entity Framework does this. Here is a tutorial on this topic. The code contains three sample classes, e.g. Student: public class Student { public int ID { get; set; } public string LastName { get; set; } public string FirstMidName { get; set; } public DateTime EnrollmentDate {...


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Syncfusion provides a PivotGrid control ejPivotGrid. Documentation for binding JSON link The entire product is available for free through the community license program if you qualify (less than 1 million USD in revenue). Note: I work for Syncfusion.


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I would suggest taking a look at Red Notebook: Free, Gratis & Open Source Cross Platform including Windows Diary like Journal layout Searchable Text, Images, Links & tags can be inserted Simple set of formatting commands that are very similar to here. File storage is a directory structure of JournalName/yyyy-mm.txt where the file contents are YAML ...


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You could use a little bit of VBA, personally I would use a few lines of python, to output a dot graph visualisation format file and then run it though the Graphviz dot tool. Graphviz is: Free (Gratis) Cross Platform Widely Used Very Flexible (see the dot language user guide) Can output in a number of formats, svg, pgn, etc. Example: Creating a file with ...


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PDFGenie by PDFTron has very strong table detection/extraction. It outputs to HTML tables. The blog post Table extraction and PDF to XML with PDFGenie explains the product in more detail. You can download the trial command line tool here.


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Method I took your image that you posted and ran it threw my scansnap ix500 scanner. (Buy older scanner on craigslist for less than 200 bucks and get abyys software updates) OS Not Windows 10, but Windows 7 Software Not free, but it has Abby Reader 5.0 which came with scanner Results I hit the scan button and hit Abby scan to excel and it generated an ...


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There is a browser based HTML editor called TinyMCE which is able to edit tables: http://www.tinymce.com/tryit/full.php Just go to the table column and hit insert table. Then you can edit that table freely with the table tools. When you are done, just click Tools->Source Code and copy the HTML source code. Not exactly only for tables, but it works. You ...


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