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- business, data_mining, google_doc, google_spreadsheet, importxml, seo, web_development, web_tool, xpath
- Google Spreadsheet's ImportXML function is easy to use, and can
sometimes look magical. You can use it to grab Web page or blog
title and subtitles, stock prices, or movie info from IMDB.
You can summarize data, extract Wikipedia table, and so much more.
Here is a list of excellent tutorials. Google also has related and
useful spreadsheet functions such as ImportData, ImportHTML,
ImportFeed. What do you do if the new Google Sheet yield
- EnglishBy Durio2015-01-04• 1,495 Views0 Like0 Dislike4 Subscribers
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- What is ImortXML from Google Spreadsheet?
- How can I use them? What are some examples of use?
- Where can I find simple and effective tutorials to learn from?
- Where can I find sample codes?
- What other Google Spreadsheet functions are there?
- What do I do if the importXML function yield error about parsing? Try the older Google Sheet http://g.co/oldsheets
- programming, web_tool, xml, xpath, xquery, xslt
- XPath is a query language that helps us navigate XML documents,
which includes all Web pages. XQuery is the richer set of parent
query language. With XPath and XQuery, our Web programs can explore
and crawl through the Web like it is a forest, and up and down the
Document Object Model of each Web page like it is an actual tree
with branches. They help us select, retrieve, and use online data
in finance, marketing, manufacturing, customer service, government,
education, or other fields.
- EnglishBy Durio2014-05-29• 155 Views0 Like0 Dislike2 Subscribers
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- What is XPath and XQuery?
- What are the syntax and specification?
- How can I use them? What platform and languages support them?