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This course will show how one can treat the Internet as a source of data. We will scrape, parse, and read web data as well as access data using web APIs. We will work with HTML, XML, and JSON data formats in Python. This course will cover Chapters 11-13 of the textbook “Python for Everybody”. To succeed in this course, you should be familiar with the material covered in Chapters 1-10 of the textbook and the first two courses in this specialization. These topics include variables and expressions, conditional execution (loops, branching, and try/except), functions, Python data structures (strings, lists, dictionaries, and tuples), and manipulating files. This course covers Python 3....
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SM
2020年6月18日

This course was really interesting and did a good job introducing complicated topics in usefully simplified form. It was a pleasure to listen to the instructor and I got everything I wanted out of it.

ML
2017年6月16日

Excellent course with in depth explanations. It is well structured. It learn to access Web Data from very basics to optimum level. It help me to understand details of using Python to Access Web Data.

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Using Python to Access Web Data: 6451 - 6475 / 7,375 レビュー

by Visweshwar.G

2020年7月26日

the twitter api part could have been explained better

other part of this course was great

by Sachitha V S

2020年6月8日

I Did complete the course but i didnt understand some of the codes but i can use them...

by Madhav A S

2020年5月12日

Last section on APIs is very confusing, much harder, big leap from the first two courses

by Martin L

2016年12月27日

great course although a few things seemed to be outside of both the course and the book.

by Shubham K

2016年3月2日

little more information of the supporting programs that we are using should be provided.

by Juan C L

2015年12月8日

Good course. Nice introduction to python

web tools. Cool explanations.Highly advisable

by sumit k

2020年11月26日

An excellent course to learn about the connection between web and python, JSON and API.

by Craig H

2020年9月1日

Lectures felt rushed at times, but otherwise a good, brief overview on a complex topic.

by Viddya K

2020年7月16日

Kept me glued to my laptop. Every graded tool assignment was very interesting to solve.

by Syed S A

2020年5月10日

This course provide good insights working with the networking and web data with python.

by PRACHI A

2020年4月10日

Thank you Coursera for your initiative to make this courses free during this pandemic.

by Gustavo R E

2019年9月10日

it is confusing, I would suggest a greater approach to python before taking this course

by KIRILL B

2019年3月7日

i feel like there could be more details added to "why" and "how".

But anyway i liked it.

by Dipin S

2017年6月26日

Some information about json and how its dictionaries and list could be better explained

by Rupi J

2021年7月7日

Good Course. Chuck is a very patient instructor tries to explain everything thoroughly

by Gourav G

2020年8月14日

it is very useful to develop coding skill and using brain to figure out the solutions.

by Zhexu J

2020年8月3日

The overall content was good, but the assignment could be a bit more content-oriented.

by Yonatan F

2019年10月1日

the final week needs a bit more hands on specific examples to understand the material.

by Thomas T

2019年5月14日

The assignment 2 of week 6 was confusing and the course wasn't quit prepared for that.

by Jan V

2016年1月17日

Simple and basic intro to Python. Instructive interviews with Internet personalities.

by AMINE E I

2020年7月8日

this is a wonderfull cours i take from it a lot of information so thank you so much.

by Benjamin E

2019年9月18日

Very good overall. However, I feel that the assignment could have been more thorough.

by RAJEEV J

2018年6月26日

I would have given it full 5 stars if this course would have more real time examples.

by 丰卉

2016年9月25日

Compared with last two courses, this course is a little more difficult to understand.

by Matthew L W R

2017年12月2日

this course escalated in difficulty quite steeply. but covered some powerful topics.