Reporting On Unstructured Data

Kevin Feasel

2016-09-21

Data

Jen Underwood discusses a tool which helps provide structure to text documents:

Although there are a variety of ways to extract unstructured data from files, one tried-and-true, fast and simple approach is to use Datawatch Monarch. Years ago I used this tool when building Department of Defense digital contract reporting projects. At that time, the process to define data regions and extract unstructured data required a bit of field mapping experimentation. With the latest version of Monarch Auto Define, that process is intelligently automated today.

Looks like an interesting tool.

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