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Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 200 Posted
Build XPATH queries to help us scrape congressional press releases. The gig involves visiting these websites, using XPath Helper to help you develop queries, entering the queries into a YML config file, then testing the whole thing using our command line tool, and some Python code that uses the Scrapy framework. In addition to basic XPATH and Python, you'll need to use git to get our code and commit your work. A successful engagement will constitute well-formed entries in the YML config file and will pass the tests we wrote. This work will help us build a database of congressional rhetoric that we will analyze and eventually result in public reports about congress portrays governmental effectiveness, religion, technology and science in society, etc. This will be a subset of the websites . If you're successful, we will likely ask you to complete the same task for more of the websites.
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
The requirement is to read and create XBRL documents from a java application. Below skills are required : 1. creating, validating and reading XBRL document, 2. understand the SBR Taxonomy, 3. Optional - XBRL tools (opensource libraries) in java
Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We have created a site that grabs products, Titles and Prices from websites using XPATH and Inspect Element. Oftentimes there is no opportunity to 'grab' the correct XPATH code and I'm wondering if there is a better way. For example - on this page:- http://www.sierratradingpost.com/trespass-qikpac-jacket-waterproof-for-men-and-women~p~5240x/ The XPATH for the title, and the XPATH for the price aren't very clear. THIS - //*[@id="product"]/div[2]/div[1]/h1 for example - is not parsing the Product title properly. I need someone to be able to work alongside me to help me extract the best XPATH strings to insert into my scrapers so my excel sheet isn't all blank! Other pages like this one... http://www.lushusa.com/Twilight/03157,en_US,pd.html#start=2 I really need the title 'Twilight Bath Bomb' to be extracted here. If I grab /html/head/title there is too much information and if I grab //*[@id="pdpMain"]/div[1]/div[1]/h1 It misses out the 'Bath Bomb' How...