Data Extraction Libraries

Definition updated on November 2023

What are Data Extraction Libraries?

The process of gathering pertinent information from studies that you have determined are eligible for your review and organizing it in a way that will enable you to synthesize the research and reach conclusions is known as data extraction. While software libraries or frameworks are known as "data extraction libraries" offer functionality for extracting structured data from a variety of sources, including web pages, databases, documents, or APIs. Developers may concentrate on the data extraction logic rather than low-level parsing or data handling thanks to data extraction libraries, which make it easier to extract specific information from complicated data sources.

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