Octoparse

Octoparse

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Octoparse

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Standard Plan

$89

On Premise
per month

Standard Plan

$890

On Premise
per year

Professional Plan

$890

On Premise
per month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • $89 per monthOptional
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Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

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Product Details

What is Octoparse?

Octoparse is a free web scraping software that turns unstructured or semi-structured data from any website into structured datasets, no coding needed. Extracted data can be exported as API, CSV, Excel, HTML, TXT, or into a database. It’s a free tool for data analysis and mining.

Scraping the web on a large scale simultaneously, based on distributed computing, is the most powerful feature of Octoparse. After you upload your configuration project to the cloud, you can choose to perform the extraction concurrently by using many cloud servers. If you need to scrape 10,000 web pages within a short time, then Octoparse cloud service fits best. 

Crawlers run in Octoparse are determined by the extraction rules configured. The extraction rule would tell Octoparse: which website is to be open; where is the data you plan to crawl, etc. provides high speed data collection, performing up to 10 concurrent threads. Being a Windows application, Octoparse works well for static and dynamic websites, including those whose web pages are using Ajax. There are various export formats of your choice like CSV, EXCEL, HTML, TXT, and databases (MySQL, SQL Server, and Oracle).



Octoparse Features

  • Supported: Scrape Web Data without Coding Needed
  • Supported: Cloud-based Web Scraping - Scrape Data with Speed and Productivity
  • Supported: Create Your Own APIs
  • Supported: Anonymously Scrape Web Data - Avoid IP Being Banned

Octoparse Screenshots

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Octoparse Customer Size Distribution

Consumers30%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)50%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)10%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)10%

Octoparse Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, SaaS
Operating SystemsWindows
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported CountriesGlobal
Supported LanguagesEnglish

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Score 8 out of 10
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It's helpful when an organization wants to do marketing of their products, and observe the peer organization's data through web crawling. Also helpful in live data monitoring from some websites. Helpful in the case of research when one wants to segregate the data from a website in a short time and analyze it.
Score 9 out of 10
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I used Octoparse to get mostly ecommerce data and it is working well. I think it can get data from most web pages as long as you can see it on the pages. Because it is scraping the data by getting into the source code of the page or something. And it is good for people who do research: the software can organize and clean the data, so you are able to export structured data into Excel or CSV. This is convenient for further analysis.
Score 10 out of 10
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Octoparse is good for web scraping and crawling. It has done everything I've ever asked it to with very few exceptions. With that in mind, I would think that if it wasn't able to preform a task, it's probably user error. I'm hesitant to reach out to their customer service team, as with the free plan you get what they call "community, lazy support" which makes it seem like they'll get to you when they feel like it. Not really complaining though, since I'm not paying for anything, so what can you expect? At any rate, I'd highly recommend them.