I am reaching out to seek assistance regarding the application of the Bardeen software.
I am particularly interested in the possibility of scraping graphical data from a website and analyzing it. Specifically, I have a cinema website and I would like to determine the number of occupied seats for a specific movie screening. The seat occupancy is represented on the website as the quantity of available seats (gray color) and occupied seats (yellow color).
I would greatly appreciate it if you could guide me or provide any support in this matter. If it’s possible, I would like to understand how I can extract the graphical data from the website and analyze it using the Bardeen software.
Hey @grzech.was here is what I found when I did a quick look up
This represents a taken seat. - couch-sold
<img src="/cinema/_next/static/media/couch-sold.97302478.svg" width="77" height="38" class="couch">
And this is a free seat. - couch-available
<img src="/cinema/_next/static/media/couch-available.fd7549c4.svg" width="77" height="38" class="couch">
You can use Get current page as html and regular expressions. Please see video bellow.
Im on holidays till end of weekend. I’ll try to implement yours idea at begining of next week when I will have access to my PC.
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Awesome support there @Deyan_Petrov! You rock!
Love the use-case to scrape a cinema website!
Is this for yourself or you have a business use-case in mind?
@grzech.was in addition, this tutorial might be helpful to learn about scraping. I recommend watching it. It’ll be hard to understand Deyan’s advise otherwise.
The Ultimate Scraper Tutorial | Extract Data Without Code
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