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Convert PDF to Text: Python PDFminer example using Python
 
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In this example we converted PDF into text using stanford code. Source code link https://github.com/shakkaist/Python/blob/master/Day2Session2/pdfconverter.py
Views: 16779 RNS Solutions
GENERATING PDFS WITH PYTHON - CS50 on Twitch, EP. 29
 
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Join CS50's David J. Malan for a look at render50, CS50's internal tool (also publicly available) used to generate nicely formatted PDFs from source code files. Most modern text editors don't include an easy print feature, but for academia and even our own reference for things like streams and lectures, render50 is a valuable tool and a great illustration of using Python in the real world. Co-hosted by Colton Ogden. Tune in live each week on twitch.tv/cs50tv and take part in the live chat. This is CS50 on Twitch.
Views: 4021 CS50
Extract Dialux data from a pdf/text file using a Python script
 
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This video demonstrate the application of a simple python script to a practical case of data collection from a pdf/text file. Script can be found on my website: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq65sOAYl6Q
Views: 1737 Enrico Crobu
Convert a Folder of .rtf Files to .txt using R's striprtf Package
 
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Download code here: https://gist.github.com/summerofgeorge/09a17d8909b6283c53042ec58dceab5b In this video I will use R's striprtf package to loop through a folder of RTF files, convert each to .txt and move them to
Views: 483 George Mount
Katharine Jarmul - I Hate You, NLP... ;)
 
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Katharine Jarmul - I Hate You, NLP... ;) [EuroPython 2016] [21 July 2016] [Bilbao, Euskadi, Spain] (https://ep2016.europython.eu//conference/talks/i-hate-you-nlp) In an era of almost-unlimited textual data, accurate sentiment analysis can be the key for determining if our products, services and communities are delighting or aggravating others. We'll take a look at the sentiment analysis landscape in Python: touching on simple libraries and approaches to try as well as more complex systems based on machine learning. ----- Overview ------------- This talk aims to introduce the audience to the wide array of tools available in Python focused on sentiment analysis. It will cover basic semantic mapping, emoticon mapping as well as some of the more recent developments in applying neural networks, machine learning and deep learning to natural language processing. Participants will also learn some of the pitfalls of the different approaches and see some hands-on code for sentiment analysis. Outline ----------- * NLP: then and now * Why Emotions Are Hard * Simple Analysis * TextBlob (& other available libraries) * Bag of Words * Naive Bayes * Complex Analysis * Preprocessing with word2vec * Metamind & RNLN * Optimus & CNN * TensorFlow * Watson * Live Demo * Q&A
Views: 1216 EuroPython Conference
pdf to xlsx
 
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pdf to xlsx Vídeo donde exporto 80 archivos pdf a Excel con python y Adobe Acrobat.
Views: 40 Cristian Ramirez
PennApps XII: Formfor.me - Team JERK
 
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Formfor.me was inspired by the Civic Hack route offered at PennApps XII in order to help those who struggle with English or technology skills to successfully complete legal forms that can be especially daunting. We take common forms offered by the IRS (e.g. W-9) in PDF format, parse the form into plain text and apply foreign-language translation. We then display the form as easy-to-read questions to the user that they answer in simple one-line responses. Finally, we auto-populate the PDF form and provide the completed form to the user. It's that simple! Formfor.me targets a wide range of demographics and responds to the need of increased inclusion in the American legal system. We envision helping those whose first language is not necessarily English, who find themselves struggling to understand confusing instructions, and who are not computer-savvy. In the future, we'd like to extend this service beyond IRS forms to include more general government forms as well as more non-trivial applications such as reimbursement forms or college applications. We deployed the Formfor.me backend using Microsoft Azure as a Python/Flask API on an Ubuntu VM. Our front-end was deployed on Heroku using Angular.JS, Express.JS, and Node.JS along with JavaScript/HTML/CSS. We also used many PDF libraries available in Python such as PDFMiner, PDFTK, and FDFGen. Machine translation (to foreign languages) was handled using the Yandex API. It was a great learning and bonding experience for the JERK team (Jeanette, Eddie, Rishabh, and Kaitlyn) to work on Formfor.me and create this civic hack. Enjoy! - The JERK Team
Views: 391 Kaitlyn Yong
SDLE TeaTime W6-P1-Python-RPy and Latex
 
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R from Python (rpy2), Python from R (Rpython); Introduction to LaTex