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Hello , Thanks for your great service . I have a question here.Every time when i consumed in a restaurant , i want to capture the bill with my iPhone ,and convert the image to a form that details the data and store them.So , i want to know if there is a solution that convert the image to json data like :["NAME" "MARE MONTE SPAGHETTI","Qty" "1" "Price" "$39.00"]. Thanks very much!

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asked 17 Aug '12, 06:15

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edited 17 Aug '12, 09:39

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To do so, you need to perform some work on your side.

After the image is recognized, you can get XML file containing all the recognized text along with its coordinates. After that you need to parse it and determine the meaning of various parts of recognized text.

We consider adding server-side parsing functionality in future.

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answered 17 Aug '12, 09:39

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This answer is a bit outdated. Please see my comment below on receipt capture.

(08 Jun '15, 11:30) rainerp

Hi,

we do have a receipt capture method in beta. Please send me an e-mail to pausch at abbyy.com and I can provide more informartion.

Regards

Rainer

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answered 16 Mar '15, 11:48

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The method for receipt capture is now offically released for the USA. For other countries it is still in beta. Please see more information here: http://ocrsdk.com/documentation/apireference/processReceipt/

and here

https://www.abbyy.com/receipt-capture-ocr/

(06 Sep '16, 17:40) rainerp

The XLSX output is perfect and easily parsed (after I convert it to a text file)

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answered 12 Feb '14, 11:26

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Hi! I'm looking for the same feature. Is this method public, or is it still in beta? If so, could you give me any information about this?

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answered 19 Feb '16, 22:11

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