[Noisebridge-discuss] PG&E Tools

Nicholas Granado ngranado at gmail.com
Sun Mar 4 00:44:17 PST 2012


i've used beautiful soup in python and i've done some regex-fu too let me
know what you need and i can help out!

nick



On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 5:49 PM, Liz Henry <liz at bookmaniac.org> wrote:

> Take a look at ScraperWiki - it might be useful!
>
> - liz
>
> On 3/3/12 11:43 AM, Ben Kochie wrote:
> > I've spent some time digging around for open source tools for
> > accessing PG&E data.  It looks like there is no API or anything useful
> > for getting access to the data.  We'll have to write a web scraper to
> > pull the data.  Since this isn't something I'm good at, I'm looking
> > for some help.  From what I can tell it shouldn't be terribly hard to
> > grab the data we need and then feed it into a database.
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