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Guides and tutorials to transform your business with data scraping.

NSE India Dashboard

Fetch option Chain (Equity Derivatives) and quotes from NSE India in a simple Google Sheets template. How does it work? It uses the ImportJSON add-on that we built. ImportJSON provides a simple function to import JSON formatted data from different sources and turn it into a two-dimensional table you can easily manipulate. Copy the template To properly […]

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Scrape Twitter data

With our custom-built function, ImportJSON, you can easily scrape and extract data from Twitter. There are so many insights you can get from one of the most used social media in the world. In this guide, we’ll explain how you can scrape useful data in a glimpse of an eye without having to worry to […]

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Track DHL shipments in Google Sheets

If you have an e-commerce and you send your products through DHL, keep reading to learn how to track all the parcels you send directly in Google Sheets. Let’s say you are seeing all your shipments data in a page like this one: In few steps, you will be able to have all this info […]

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Extract open data from API

Extract open data from API

The web is a fantastic place full of valuable, public information just waiting to be analyzed – if you know where to find it. Luckily, we know exactly where this data is and how it can be extracted from open APIs to be manipulated and analyzed. And we want to pass this skill on to […]

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Extract Google results into Google Sheets

How to scrape Google Search results?

Extract Google results is a widely used technique to retrieve data and analyse them to take better decisions. The uses are innumerable: And obviously, there’s nothing like our good old spreadsheet to process and manipulate data extracted. In short, Google Search Scraper + Google Sheets is a marketers’ paradise! In this tutorial, you will discover […]

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Use an API without coding

How To Use An API Without Coding?

More and more companies are providing API services for their data. From free collections of public data to paid subscriptions to data services, APIs are quickly becoming the most popular way to quickly connect to different sources of data.  As API documentation tends to be seriously intimidating and is usually found in the “developer” section […]

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