[Air-l] counting hyperlinks

Paul-Brian McInerney pm263 at columbia.edu
Tue Nov 23 08:57:30 PST 2004


Philipp,

You should get in touch with the Govcom people in Amsterdam.  They have a
program called Issuecrawler that not only counts links among websites, but
will draw you network maps of said links.  You can even download the network
data behind the map to use in UCINet or some other network software package.
Check it out at:

http://www.issuecrawler.net
http://www.govcom.org


-PB

On 11/23/04 11:47 AM, "Philipp Budka" <philbu at gmx.net> wrote:

> Dear List,
> 
> I am searching for a tool to search, count and store hyperlinks on
> websites. There are some small programms which list up external links of
> downloaded webpages, etc.; but they don´t seem to be really reliable nor
> efficient. Does anyone of you know of such a software tool? I am thankfull
> for all kinds of hints. Thanks and Greetings,
> 
> Philipp

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