> I have a set of files with X, Y, Z Values (Lidar Data) in .txt files. I
need to convert it to ASCII format,
This line is very confusing. `.txt` extensions usually means ASCII (or
unicode). It is usually a good idea to attach a sample of the file to
reduce the guesswork.
You may also want to
Not sure what is the equivalent of python difflib (SequenceMatcher) in R. If
you have one, it will work.
Sent from a handheld device. Pardon the brevity and typos.
On Aug 25, 2020, 20:09 +0530, rammano...@gmail.com ,
> I have collected hospital data from multiple sources.
Found this tool today. Can help you getting data from PDFs.
*Textricator* is a tool to extract text from documents and generate
If you have a bunch of PDFs with the same format (or one big, consistently
formatted PDF) and you want to extract the data to CSV or JSON,
Thanks for the pointers Abhishek. The token can be obtained using a GET
I've created an automated pipeline for our institute App. Here is a
PHP+CURL solution to fetch the zone
BBMP has its own portal
But I see no change in it for last few days. May be they are updating the
location once in a while? Reaching out to them over email so far as been
If anyone knows
tps://kgis.ksrsac.in/covid/ and got list of all patients
>On Thu, Jun 18, 2020 at 5:35 PM Dilawar Singh
>> Hi DataMeet,
>> On page 8 of this document
>> http://covid.bbmpgov.in/reports/report20200617.pdf there is a map
On page 8 of this document
http://covid.bbmpgov.in/reports/report20200617.pdf there is a map which
shows location of active cases in Bangalore. Is this data available in
machine readable format?
Datameet is a community of Data Science enthusiasts in
Web-scraping requires knowledge of some programming language. In essence,
it is an art of transforming HTML to a format you like. For common tasks,
you can find some tools easily on the net e.g., extract all tables from
this URL and save them as csv.
For example, you can get the html from the
Example PDF (it is a scan copy):
http://www.surveyofindia.gov.in/files/36m_india.pdf . Most maps on this
site are not machine readable.
On Tuesday, June 16, 2020 at 10:49:46 PM UTC+5:30, Curran
Hi Thej, Datameet
After reading this, I went to SOI site and tried downloading few maps. I
could only find PDFs. And data.gov.in also love PDFs.
I wrote a couple of scripts which I used to figure out boundaries and
extract data from curves in old PDF paper. It's a tricky business but I had
aster with each pixel representing the
> elevation at that point. It seems like that is all the data you would need
> for your computation right?
>  http://srtm.csi.cgiar.org/srtmdata/
>  https://github.com/datameet/maps/tree/master/Country
> On Thu, Jun 11, 2020 at 3:33 P
The updated script is available publicly on Gitlab
https://gitlab.com/snippets/1982028 . It has to be tweaked for different
On Monday, April 27, 2020 at 12:16:25 AM UTC+5:30, Dilawar Singh wrote:
> Hello Sharad
> Here you go: https://gitlab.com/dilaw
> On 26-04-2020 13:48, Dilawar Singh wrote:
> Its quite possible. I've used python+selenium to automate browser for a
> horribly designed website. You can tweak it for your usage:
Its quite possible. I've used python+selenium to automate browser for a
horribly designed website. You can tweak it for your usage:
On Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 1:26:28 PM UTC+5:30, Sharad Lele wrote:
> Dear All,
> A followup
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