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Scraper or crawlers are programs that gather data from various sources. Depending on the particular scraper program and user specifications, the software can download any data, including entire websites, and follow links to other content for further downloads. The data obtained may be saved as text, CSV, HTML or XML files; some scraper tools also enable export to a compatible database.

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We scrape publically available data from websites and deliver in a format of your choice.

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We can extract data that are behind login. We would require the login credentials from the Clients' end. However, we will not be able to help if there is a captcha or the site legally blocks automated login.

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Absolutely. That’s what we would like to provide, give you the data in a structure that works best for your business.

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Yes. We support MySQL, SQLite, MongoDB, etc

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Yes, we can provide data on monthly basis. Please contact support for more detail

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To configure Excel to use unicode on your exported CSV reports:
1.Start Microsoft Excel
2. In Excel, click the Data tab, and in the Get External Data ribbon/panel, click From Text .
3. In the Import Text File dialog box, in the lower-right corner (to the right of the File name box), select Text Files (*.prn;*.txt;*.csv) as the file type, browse to the location where you exported/downloaded the CSV file, and then click Open (or Import).
4. In the Text Import Wizard - Step 1 of 3 dialog box, select Delimited, and from the File origin drop-down list, select 65001: Unicode (UTF-8) (or the appropriate language character identifier for your particular environment). In the Preview box, make sure that your unicode text displays properly, and then click Next.
5. In the Text Import Wizard - Step 2 of 3 dialog box, in the Delimiters section, make sure that only Comma is checked, and then click Finish.
6. In the Import Data dialog box, select New worksheet (or Existing worksheet if you have one), and then click OK.
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Yes. We take care of any kind of data normalization as long as that can be done programmatically

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Yes, There are no legal issues in running a web crawler to access the publicly available content on the internet.