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Re: Reading PDF Files into SAS #2

Mona

You have received several responses that speak of using some external tool
to do a pdf to text conversion and then, presumably, you would parse the
text with SAS. These responses depend on the PDF having been produced by a
pdf writer and not by the file being a scanned image. In the later case,
you would need to use an OCR reader to convert the pictures to text.

Do you need to do only a few conversions or many and will this be an
ongoing task?  If you are only going to do an occasional conversion, I
would use the Save As Text which is found in Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 and
maybe earlier. However, if this is a larger project, I would (and have)
used an external program to do the conversions. I have a paper from several
years ago posted at

http://www.vasug.org/Proceedings/2003-02/Presentations/EXTRACTING%20DATA%20FROM%20PDF%20FILES.doc

This describes how I used a tool that converted one pdf at a time and
controlled this from within the SAS program. Since that time, I have had a
similar project and was not able to get the pdf converter that I used
earlier to work. However, I found one available on line that converted all
of the pdfs in a folder in one pass I was able to eliminate all of the SAS
calls that ran the external process. I ran that particular job from home
since there are restrictions on using unapproved tools here at work and I
do not recall the name of the converter.

Good luck.

Nat Wooding
Environmental Specialist III
Dominion, Environmental Biology
4111 Castlewood Rd
Richmond, VA 23234
Phone:804-271-5313, Fax: 804-271-2977



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Hi Nat

I wasn't able to access the link. I'm interested in knowing how I could convert the pdf files to word on a much larger scale. 

Please let me know if you have any ideas. 

Thanks,

Arnav

On Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 8:11:12 AM UTC-4, Nat Wooding wrote:
> Mona
> 
> You have received several responses that speak of using some external tool
> to do a pdf to text conversion and then, presumably, you would parse the
> text with SAS. These responses depend on the PDF having been produced by a
> pdf writer and not by the file being a scanned image. In the later case,
> you would need to use an OCR reader to convert the pictures to text.
> 
> Do you need to do only a few conversions or many and will this be an
> ongoing task?  If you are only going to do an occasional conversion, I
> would use the Save As Text which is found in Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 and
> maybe earlier. However, if this is a larger project, I would (and have)
> used an external program to do the conversions. I have a paper from several
> years ago posted at
> 
> http://www.vasug.org/Proceedings/2003-02/Presentations/EXTRACTING%20DATA%20FROM%20PDF%20FILES.doc
> 
> This describes how I used a tool that converted one pdf at a time and
> controlled this from within the SAS program. Since that time, I have had a
> similar project and was not able to get the pdf converter that I used
> earlier to work. However, I found one available on line that converted all
> of the pdfs in a folder in one pass I was able to eliminate all of the SAS
> calls that ran the external process. I ran that particular job from home
> since there are restrictions on using unapproved tools here at work and I
> do not recall the name of the converter.
> 
> Good luck.
> 
> Nat Wooding
> Environmental Specialist III
> Dominion, Environmental Biology
> 4111 Castlewood Rd
> Richmond, VA 23234
> Phone:804-271-5313, Fax: 804-271-2977
> 
> 
> 
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> TIA
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