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From Tilman Hausherr <THaush...@t-online.de>
Subject Re: tracking missing Unicode mappings?
Date Thu, 21 Sep 2017 20:21:23 GMT
The standard 14 fonts are cached, but these shouldn't bring any text 
extraction trouble.

So all needed would be a map as described for the PDFont type.

Now how to access the fonts... if you grab the TextPosition objects in 
an extension of PDFTextStripper (e.g. in the showGlyph method)  you 
could get the PDFont objects there.

But this is all just a thought. I did not implement anything.


Am 21.09.2017 um 22:07 schrieb Allison, Timothy B.:
> All,
> How much effort would it be to track/calculate a ratio of characters with missing Unicode
mappings to those with mappings for a given page?  It would be neat after trying to extract
text from a page to be able to tell how many characters are lost.  We could use this info
on Tika to determine whether or not to run OCR on a given page.
> I see that there’s currently a Set<String> for tracking which characters have
a missing Unicode mapping to limit duplicate logging.  If we could change that to a Map<String,Int>
we could track the occurrences.
> Is there an easy enough way to get the fonts after processing a page and then getting
this info?  Are we doing any static caching of fonts that would prevent accurate counts?
> Thank you.
>           Best,
>                    Tim

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