June 2016 Blog Posts (7)

Data Huge Impact on Advertising

Data Huge Impact on Advertising

(Reposted from:http://www.octoparse.com/blog/data-huge-impact-on-advertising/)

The World…


Added by Paul Black on June 30, 2016 at 5:00am — No Comments

Why to choose Web Scraping Service not Web Scraping Software?

As i am writing this post, there are many outstanding web scraping software have been released in the market and also one major exit from the market called as Kimono.

Still i will pitch for Web Scraping Service over Web Scraping Software because of the following reasons :

Web Scraping Software :

Pros :

1. One time fee payment and life time…


Added by Webdata-scraping on June 15, 2016 at 9:12am — No Comments

Intro To Seven Major Data Mining Tools

In the data mining process, lots of tools, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other web crawling technologies are available to extract the data.


The following seven data mining tools are recommended for you:



WEKA non-Java version of the native is developed mainly to analyze the agricultural sector data. The tool is based on the Java version. It is very complex and is used in many different applications, including…


Added by Paul Black on June 7, 2016 at 11:47pm — 1 Comment

JavaScript, or Java?

Actually, JavaScript and Java have nothing to do with one another other than the first four letters of their name. Both are programming languages and they do have a lot in common, for example they have syntax based on C, but they are two different languages and are owned by different companies.


Java is an object oriented programming language. Java can run on its own. It creates stand-alone application or applet. A Java “applet” is kind of Java application that could run on a…


Added by Paul Black on June 7, 2016 at 11:22am — No Comments

The Primary Use of Regular Expression in Data Processing

Regular expressions can be used:

  1. Data validation. (For example, validate if a string complies with email rule or is a phone number, etc.)


  1. Replace text. (Replace the characters we don’t want with other characters.)


  1. Extract substrings from a string based on a pattern match. (search specific text in the document)


In data processing, we mainly use regular expressions to replace text…


Added by Paul Black on June 7, 2016 at 10:57am — No Comments

Did You Know? Cassandra

The developers at Facebook created the first version of Cassandra because they knew the world needed a new database. The name was chosen from the Greek mythological prophet who could predict the future, but due to a curse put on her, no one believed her.

Added by Michael Levin on June 5, 2016 at 9:08am — No Comments

Why use Amazon EC2 (AWS) Container Services (Docker)

Why use Amazon's container service?

We all experience a common set of tasks when working in IT shops. Someone gets delegated (voluntold) to the task of working with the System Admin, JBoss/Middleware, Security, and Hardware support teams in configuring a brand new set of servers.

Other times we develop an install instructions for JBoss EAP or a database product like MongoDB or Postgress. Then every developer…


Added by Matt C on June 1, 2016 at 1:54pm — 2 Comments

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