ParseHub enables one to extract data from dynamic websites to turn them into APIs without writing any code. ParseHub has a fully documented RESTful API for extracting data from the web. The ParseHub API requires an API key for usage. The API can be used to retrieve current jobs assigned to the user, delete existing jobs, run instances, return job statuses, and edit runs. ParseHub is also available in the form of a Firefox extension.
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06-07-16 13:04:02[How-To] How To Mine Tweets for Sentiment Analysis with the ParseHub API updated with Related API ParseHub
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