compile (something) from (something)

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compile (something) from (something)

To assemble something from component parts. Don't worry, I'm compiling a study guide from the notes I took this semester.
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compile something from something

to make up something from something; to collect and consolidate something from something. She compiled a book of poetry from verses written by her friends. Lynn compiled a picture book from family photographs going back almost a century.
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References in classic literature ?
Pott's enthusiasm, to apply his whole time and attention to the proceedings, of which the last chapter affords a description compiled from his own memoranda.
This infograph, compiled from UN Women's 2017 statistics, shows statistics on women living in rural areas: Statistics compiled from UN Women's website by Mirit Agaiby On the other hand, this infograph, compiled from Women and Hollywood, shows statistics on Hollywood's women: Statistics compiled from Women and Hollywood website by Mirit Agaiby
Custom software is designed to the specifications of a single user and can include a program compiled from separate modules, as long as the compiled program is for the single user for which it has been tailored.
Ghost story expert Susan Smitten has compiled "Ghosts of the World: True Tales of Ghostly Hauntings", an anthology compiled from eyewitness interviews and folklore from places ranging from Ireland and Russia to South Africa and Australia.