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Introduction to Web Scraping using Python

QUT Digital Media Research Centre

Patrik Wikström & Brenda Moon

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Installation

This workshop uses Python 3 and the python modules listed below.

One of the easiest ways to install Python and packages that are relevant for web scraping is to use Anaconda developed by Continuum Analytics. Do note however, that Python is available in two versions, "2.7" and "3.4". We will be using Python 3.4, so make sure you download the correct one.

Anaconda can be downloaded from https://www.continuum.io/downloads

Python modules used in this workshop

We use three Python modules in this workshop. The full documentation for each is available on their websites:

These pages are in Jupyter Notebook

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