Data Scraper / datascraper

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Hi, We provide services to help extract data in real-time from public source and present it as an API service. You decide for yourself about the legality. Please consider based on your local law. You must be selective in choosing which data to use in your application and not use any trademarks that may be contained in the data provided. Thanks.
Sat 9:17 16/10/21
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Thanks for your feedback. We've add some additional parameters for /{domain}/shop/{shop_id}/item/{item_id}/ratings endpoint. You can use offset, limit, filter and star parameter. Please check the endpoint documentation for detail.
Sat 10:37 9/10/21
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Hi, you have read the correct information about *count*. To get the next result you can use the *offset* parameter.
Thu 6:00 7/10/21
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Sorry for the delay in response. We serve the same as that served by shopee. It looks like shopee is sorting the number of sales based on the average number of sales per month. However, there are some items that may be promoted to appear in the top position. We cannot change the results given by the shopee.
Tue 9:37 5/10/21
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Hi, Unfortunately, our source data limits data collection to that range. To be able to access more data, you can break down the request by dividing it into price groups using the *price_min* and *price_max* parameters. For example 0 - 100,000 then 100,001 - 500,000 then 500,001 - 800,000 and so on. This trick will help you to get more data if the total property count in the area is more than 10,000. Thanks
Thu 12:32 30/9/21
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Hi, To narrow the search results, you can use the **location** parameter filled with postal code or neighborhood. You can find postal code or neighborhood data from /location/suggest response. You also don't want to use **expand_search_radius** as this will expand the search area. Thanks
Mon 10:08 27/9/21