Quick Start

Data Hunter offers users a user-friendly interface, allowing them to create data scraping and processing functionalities within its application. Data Hunter provides a straightforward method to use text as input and employs AI models to generate the required programs.

This article will guide you to quickly create an "Amazon Product Information" collection task and help you quickly master the basic concepts and procedures involved in data collection tasks. If you are an experienced developer or want to get more in-depth with Data Hunter, Capabilities are a great place to start.

Step 1 : Install

Sign up for Data Hunter to continue accessing your applications.

Step 2 : Install

Currently, Data Hunter is only compatible with Windows 10 and above. Please ensure that you are using Windows and that your system version is 10 or higher. Begin by downloading the application from the DataHunter website.

  • After the download is complete, double-click on the file to proceed with the installation.

Step 3 : Create Task

  • Click on the "Add" button to open a new data collection scheme page.

  • In the "URL Bar", enter the URL of the webpage you wish to collect data from and press enter, for example, https://www.amazon.com/s?k=iphone.

  • Check if the blue highlighted area covers the content you need to collect. If not, click on the desired area to select it.

  • Review the collected content to ensure it is what you need. If not, make the necessary modifications directly.

  • Click on the "AI Production Solution" button and wait for 30 seconds to 3 minutes.

  • Verify the accuracy of the collected data and click the "Save" button to save your collection scheme.

  • Click on the 'Url Parameter' radio button, then enter the search URL, replacing the query parameter with '{0}'. For example: https://www.amazon.com/s?k={0}. Next, enter additional search parameters into the designated parameter area, such as 'kitchen', 'shoes'.

  • Test the accuracy and efficiency of your data collection scheme by clicking the "Run Test" button.

Step 4 : Run Task

After completing the creation of a data collection task, you can view the tasks you've created in the collection task list.

By clicking on 'Options', you can start, edit, copy, or delete tasks.

Clicking on the text within the 'Data Count' field allows you to view the data that has been collected.

On the collected data page, you can export the data by clicking on the 'Process Data' button followed by the 'Export Data' button.

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