Since the content of The Bibliography is in Word table format with fragmented information, we could only manually process the data in retrieving different related objects:
A sample page content:
Why Manually Extracts the Data?
For integrity of the data for future use, we have retrieved all the above related items in Excel spreadsheet from each poet's entry. We have tried non-manual methods (i.e. programming/software) in retrieving the objects to a list:
After testing the above methods, our Team decided to manually extract data from the book for all the objects so that we can do it as detailed as we can. It was a painful process, but the product will be a complete table for all the objects and their relationships. It will benefit future research when the data table could be open to use.
Below is the screenshot of the main table in which we have extracted all the data objects from each poet's entry: