ImportXML2

  • Unlimited ImportXML’s on a Google Spreadsheet
  • Faster scraping

Warning:

This is a new personal side project. That’s why it’s not on the SEER blog. Tweet me @iamchrisle if you find bugs or let me know if it works.

Try it out:

Use this template and and follow the instruction found on the first sheet

[Link to Google Doc]

Source code:

If you want to learn more about the tool, the only way right now is to read the code on GitHub. With time and feedback, I’ll add more directions.

[ImportXML2 source code]

In the future:

I’ll look to make an Excel plugin for it so you can do ImportXML in Excel.

One thought on “ImportXML2

  1. Hi Chris, thank you for creating importxml2. This will be perfect for a tool I am constructing. I have copied the template spreadsheet and I am unable to get it to work. For example: the request =ImportXML2(“https://www.example.com”, “//a/@href”) returns the following error:rror: Request failed for http://fierce-badlands-6509.herokuapp.com/v1/importxml2 returned code 503. Truncated server response: … (use muteHttpExceptions option to examine full response) (line 44, file “Code”) Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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