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Ideological Consumerism in Colombian Elections, 2015: Links Between Political Ideology, Twitter Activity, and Electoral Results
[…] lombia, held in October 25, 2015. In these elections 32 new governors had to be elected across the country (one in each Colombian department). Ad hoc queries were designed and used with the software “Import.io” (https://import.io/) for retrieving the official results from the elections web page (http://colombia.com/elecciones/2015/regionales/). In querying these results we obtained a list containi […]
Exploring issues in the conduct of website searching and other online sources for systematic reviews: how can we be systematic?
[…] le management. Other tools may be helpful when searching websites. For example, bookmark management and screen-clipping tools can be used to save and organise information. Web-scraping tools, such as import.io, which extract data from websites, are becoming accessible to users without programming expertise, and may be a useful application for exploring and managing the content examined from some w […]
The Role of Google Scholar in Evidence Reviews and Its Applicability to Grey Literature Searching
[…] A download manager (DownThemAll!; http://www.downthemall.net) and web-scraping programme (Import.io; http://www.import.io) were used to download each page of search results (to a maximum of 100 pages; 1000 results) and then extract citations as patterned data from the locally stored HTML f […]
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