Web Scraping In Python: Master The Fundamentals

Max Schallwig, Power through programming

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29 Videos (4h 11m)
    • Introduction

      3:20
    • APIs

      2:00
    • Prerequisit libraries

      3:00
    • Introduction to The Modulus Operation

      5:01
    • Introduction to Simple Error Handling

      4:25
    • Introduction to Pandas

      6:41
    • Response Status Codes From a HTTP Request

      7:18
    • Reading The Response Text From Our Request

      11:40
    • First Approach at Parsing The Data

      13:18
    • Understanding the Exception Cases

      6:39
    • Parsing Out All Data for One Company

      9:33
    • Determining Where We Can Get More Ticker Symbols

      15:46
    • Extracting Company Ticker Symbols Part 1

      16:32
    • Extracting Company Ticker Symbols Part 2

      10:41
    • Getting Data For All Parsed Companies

      8:11
    • Final Data For All Parsed Companies

      5:13
    • Final Result Static Websites

      1:40
    • Prerequisite Libraries for Dynamic Web Scrapping

      5:02
    • Short review: Recursive Functions

      7:43
    • Getting started with Selenium

      8:47
    • View The Page Source

      9:14
    • Website Elements and XPath

      8:11
    • Navigating Deeper Into The Page Source

      14:37
    • Identifying The Path To Our Data

      19:28
    • Using The XPath To Our Data

      9:50
    • Parsing Out Our Data

      8:42
    • Getting Our Final Data

      14:56
    • Final Results Dynamic Websites

      4:13
    • Introduction To APIs

      10:33
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About This Class

Web scraping is the art of picking out data from a website by looking at the HTML code and identifying patterns that can be used to identify your data. This data can then be gathered and later used for your own analysis.

In this course we will go over the basic of web scraping, learning all about how we can extract data from websites, and all of this is guided along by a work example.

At the end of the course you should be able to go off on your own, and pick out most common websites, and be able to extract all the relevant data you may need just through using Python code.

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