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Step 1: firstly create an AWS account. And then create an IAM user with AWS
textract full access.
Step 2: After creating IAM used we get aws_access_key_id, and
aws_secret_access_key these keys are important to connect AWS with our local
python script.
Step 3: When the code triggers firstly it split a pdf file into images for that pdf2image
library used.
Step 4: After that one by one image pass to the createTable(image) function using
this function it fetches a table from the image and saves it into a CSV file.
Step 5: Step 4 gets repeated for the key-value pair.
Step 6: Once all files are created Code() function trigger
Step 7: In the code function, it takes only those CSV files whose header contains Test
name, Technology, value, and units this header is for thyrocare. We can change the
header according to reports.
Step 8: Then add that test data into JSON format.
Step 9: Once JSON is created it dumps into MongoDB. For connection of Python
and MongoDB pymongo library use.
Step 10: After copy the JSON file and pdf file into the pdf collection folder. And
others CSV, the image file gets deleted

What I have tried:

from pdf2image import convert_from_path
import boto3
import csv
import os

images = convert_from_path('table.pdf',500) #poppler_path=r'C:\Program Files\poppler-22.01.0\Library\bin')

for i in range(len(images)):

aws_access_key_id = ""
aws_secret_access_key = ""

textract = boto3.client('textract',

def create_table(images):
    image_data = images.tobytes()
    response = textract.analyze_document(
            'Bytes': image_data

    tables = []
    for item in response['Blocks']:
        if item['BlockType'] == 'TABLE':
            table = []
            cells = []
            for cell in item['Relationships']:
                row_index = cell['Type']
                col_index = cell['Type']
                text = cell['Text']
                cells.append((row_index, col_index, text))

    return tables

with open('page0.csv', 'w', newline='') as f:
            writer = csv.writer(f)

def extract_tables_from_pdf(output_dir):

    for i, images in enumerate(images):
        table = create_table(images)
        csv_file = os.path.join(output_dir, f'table_{i}.csv')
        with open('page0.json','w') as f:
OriginalGriff 9-Feb-23 6:06am    
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