Zyte Developers Community newsletter issue #8
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In this issue:
- Crawl product details using Scrapy-Splash
- How to schedule python Scrapy spiders on Heroku using custom clock process for free
- How to make sense out of webpage data tables using pandas
- Scraping Amazon website for book information
Crawl product details using Scrapy-Splash
How to schedule python Scrapy spiders on Heroku using custom clock process for free
Have you been waiting for a price drop on an item in your wishlist and want to be the first person to be notified of its price drop? Yashashree Suresh explains how to deploy your Scrapy spiders and periodically schedule them using a custom clock process on Heroku for free.
How to make sense out of webpage data tables using pandas
In this blog, Raghavendra Basvan shows us how to extract a table from any webpage by applying various methods from pandas and how to analyze the data using matplotlib and seaborn modules.
Scraping Amazon website for book information
If you’re a book lover, you'll find this fun project very interesting. Alexandre wanted to keep a track of his reads and analyze the findings, so he decided to undertake a web scraping project to keep a tab on his purchases, the book categories, and pages he’s read using Python.
Webinar: Measuring product data extraction quality
Konstantin Lopukhin, an expert in improving the data quality of automatic data extraction, takes you on his journey of measuring Zyte’s product data extraction quality and shares the results from the competitive comparison. Packed with insights, this live webinar will tell you more about the learning and methodology he followed. Join him on 22nd July.