[Air-L] Comment scraping

Jacob Groshek jgroshek at gmail.com
Mon Jan 21 19:57:28 PST 2013

I highly recommend Discovertext.  http://discovertext.com/

Easy to use, good tech support if/when you need it.  Built in coding
system.  Also can export to spreadsheet (if necessary) with subscription.



Dr. Jacob Groshek
Assistant (Visiting) Professor
Digital Media and Research Methods
jgroshek.com <http://www.jgroshek.com/>

Head, CTEC <http://aejmcctec.com/> / AEJMC <http://www.aejmc.org/>
Visiting Scholar, IAST <http://www.iast.fr/>
Full Member, NeSCoR <http://nescor.socsci.uva.nl/>

On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 2:47 PM, Jasmine E McNealy <jemcneal at syr.edu> wrote:

> Hello All,
> I'm looking for ideas on the best software to use for comment scraping.  I
> plan on doing quantitative content and qualitative textual analysis on the
> comments connected to an article on an online pubulication.  The
> publication uses Disqus for comments, and ideally I'd like a program that
> would maintain the integrity of the comment relationships.  Any and all
> ideas are appreciated.
> Thanks,
> JM
> Jasmine McNealy
> Assistant Professor
> S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication
> Syracuse University
> 215 University Place
> Syracuse, NY 13210
> 315-443-1151
> http://ssrn.com/author=1357319
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