Providing insightful analysis requires current and accurate data. Automatically scraping raw data from publicly available websites gives you access to the most up-to-date information in a format that you can use. There are countless uses of web scraping for data aggregation, but a few common examples include:
1. Pull statistics from government websites in different regions to make comparisons and identify trends.
2. Publish the latest price information and product availability across multiple e-commerce sites
3. Check availability for flights, hotels, cars, and tours from travel sites in real time.
Whether you pull data from a single source to analyze and republish it, or you aggregate data from multiple sites for comparison and analysis, letting digital workers handle the heavy lifting will save you countless hours.