Captricity is a data management service. It allows users to digitally capture data from paper documents. Users can scan or photograph paper documents with tons of handwritten information, such as hand-completed surveys, and submit those images to the Captricity site. Captricity will then produce accurate digital renderings of the information. The Captricity API exposes the image submission and data return functionality. It is currently in beta and developers must request access via a sign up form on Captricityâ€™s Developer API page.
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The Captricity Python Sample Code by Captricity demonstrates how to interact with the API, providing list jobs and upload instances as available examples. Developers can integrate data extraction into applications with resources available at https://shreddr.captricity.com/developer/overview/