It is known as Benford's law that the distribution of the first digits forms a specific shape for natural numerical datasets. Deviation from the Benford's distribution indicates the irregularity of the dataset. However, it does not tell any clue to interpret the reason of irregularity. The present paper constructs a search engine of cells that appear in tables by correlating a cell with the words in the title of row or column or in the explanation of the table. We generate an exhaustive dataset of cells for testing irregularity by enumerating the search conditions. We applied the method to the number of applicants, the number of candidates, and the number of successful applicants in each department of 565 private universities in Japan. We confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed method by extracting the characteristics of the irregular datasets.