Parse and standardize inconsistent or unfielded data using a multiplatform programming API.
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Two Parsing Engines to Identify, Extract, and Organize Data
1. Fielded Parsing
This parsing logic is used when the input data is consistently delimited into fields, but the contents of those fields are unknown. RightFielder reorganizes the data into new columns each with a single data type.
2. FreeForm Parsing
RightFielder’s powerful entity recognition and identification algorithms allow extraction of contact information from freeform or unfielded textual data. The parsing logic analyzes the input data, recognizes where fields begin and end, and assigns the contents to the correct output property.
Data Types Recognized
RightFielder recognizes up to three lines of street addresses, city, state, postal code and country. RightFielder recognizes and extracts multiple instances of these data types: personal names; company and department names; email and Web addresses; and phone numbers. RightFielder also provides the flexibility to define and re-field custom data types like social security numbers (SSN), IP addresses, dates, and proprietary account number formats.