Table Extraction

Description

Amazon Textract preserves the composition of data stored in tables during extraction. This is helpful for documents that are largely composed of structured data, such as financial reports or medical records that have column names in the top row of the table followed by rows of individual entries. You can use this feature to automatically load the extracted data into a database using a pre-defined schema. For example, rows of item numbers and quantities in an inventory report will retain their association to easily increment item totals in an inventory management application.

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Pricing

Detect Document Text API (OCR)
Monthly Price per page Effective Price per 1,000 Pages
First 1 Million pages $0.0015 $1.50
Over 1 Million pages $0.0006 $0.60

Analyze Document API for pages with tables
Monthly OCR Price per page Effective Price per 1,000 Pages
First 1 Million pages Included $0.015 $15.00
Over 1 Million pages Included $0.01 $10.00

Analyze Document API for pages with forms
Monthly OCR Price per page Effective Price per 1,000 Pages
First 1 Million pages Included $0.05 $50.00
Over 1 Million pages Included $0.04 $40.00

Analyze Document API for pages with tables and forms
Monthly OCR Price per page Effective Price per 1,000 Pages
First 1 Million pages Included $0.015 + $0.05 $15.00 + $50.00
Over 1 Million pages Included $0.01 + $0.04 $10.00 + $40.00

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