14.9.3. Write Code Questions

  1. Write a function called cur_stud_link that takes in a parameter url and uses BeautifulSoup to return the URL that links to Current Students in the Navigation Bar. For example, cur_stud_link('https://umich.edu/') should return "https://umich.edu/current-students/".

    Write a function called cur_stud_link that takes in a parameter url and uses BeautifulSoup to return the URL that links to Current Students in the Navigation Bar. For example, cur_stud_link('https://umich.edu/') should return "https://umich.edu/current-students/".

  2. Write a function called headings that takes in a parameter url and uses BeautifulSoup to return a list of all heading names (not subheadings) from the Contents box (History, Emergence of MOOC providers, Student experience and pedagogy, etc.). For example, headings('https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_online_course') should return ['History', 'Emergence of MOOC providers', 'Student experience and pedagogy', 'Information architecture', 'Industry', 'Benefits', 'Challenges and criticisms', 'See also', 'References', 'Sources', 'Further reading'].

  3. Write a function called coursera_dict that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the Coursera enrollees table, and returns a dictionary with Country as keys and Percentage as values. For example, coursera_dict('https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_online_course') should return {'United States': '27.7%', 'India': '8.8%', 'Brazil': '5.1%', 'United Kingdom': '4.4%', 'Spain': '4.0%', 'Canada': '3.6%', 'Australia': '2.3%', 'Russia': '2.2%', 'Rest of world': '41.9%'}.

    Write a function called coursera_dict that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the Coursera enrollees table, and returns a dictionary with Country as keys and Percentage as values. For example, coursera_dict('https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_online_course') should return {'United States': '27.7%', 'India': '8.8%', 'Brazil': '5.1%', 'United Kingdom': '4.4%', 'Spain': '4.0%', 'Canada': '3.6%', 'Australia': '2.3%', 'Russia': '2.2%', 'Rest of world': '41.9%'}.

  4. Write a function called types that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the Summary of Python 3’s built-in types table, and returns a list of the types. For example, types('https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Python_(programming_language)') should return ['bool', 'bytearray', 'bytes', 'complex', 'dict', 'ellipsis', 'float', 'frozenset', 'int', 'list', 'NoneType', 'NotImplementedType', 'range', 'set', 'str', 'tuple'].

  5. Write a function called restaurants_list that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the 12 essential Ann Arbor restaurants’ names, and returns a list of the 12 best Ann Arbor restaurants in 2019. For example, restaurants_list('https://detroit.eater.com/maps/best-ann-arbor-restaurants') should return ["1. Knight's Steakhouse", '2. The Last Word', "3. Krazy Jim's Blimpy Burger", '4. Blue Llama Jazz Club', '5. Spencer', '6. Miss Kim', "7. Zingerman's Delicatessen", '8. Tomukun Noodle Bar', '9. Seoul Street', '10. Ricewood', '11. Bellflower', "12. Ma Lou's Fried Chicken"].

    Write a function called restaurants_list that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the 12 essential Ann Arbor restaurants’ names, and returns a list of the 12 best Ann Arbor restaurants in 2019. For example, restaurants_list('https://detroit.eater.com/maps/best-ann-arbor-restaurants') should return ["1. Knight's Steakhouse", '2. The Last Word', "3. Krazy Jim's Blimpy Burger", '4. Blue Llama Jazz Club', '5. Spencer', '6. Miss Kim', "7. Zingerman's Delicatessen", '8. Tomukun Noodle Bar', '9. Seoul Street', '10. Ricewood', '11. Bellflower', "12. Ma Lou's Fried Chicken"].

  6. Write a function called bsi_list that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the section names and subsection names under Programs Bachelor of Science in Information, and returns a list of the section names and subsection names under Programs Bachelor of Science in Information. For example, bsi_list('https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information') should return ['How do I apply?', 'Current U-M students', 'Transfer students', 'High school students', 'New transfers', 'UMSI Community College Summer Institute', 'Curriculum', 'Career outcomes', 'Internships', 'F-1 visa holders', 'Career development resources', 'Engaged learning', 'Tuition and funding', 'Connect with us', 'Study abroad for undergraduates', 'Exchange student information'].

  7. Write a function called bsi_dict that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape and create a list of the section names and subsection names under Programs Bachelor of Science in Information, and creates another list that contains the full urls of the named sections and subsections. Then, return a dictionary that contains the names as keys and their full urls as values. For example, bsi_dict('https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information') should return {'How do I apply?': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply', 'Current U-M students': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply/cross-campus-transfer', 'Transfer students': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply/new-transfer-students-bsi', 'High school students': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply/preferred-admissions', 'New transfers': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/new-transfers', 'UMSI Community College Summer Institute': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/new-transfers/umsi-community-college-summer-institute', 'Curriculum': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/curriculum', 'Career outcomes': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/career-outcomes', 'Internships': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/internships', 'F-1 visa holders': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/internships/f-1-visa-holders', 'Career development resources': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/career-development-resources', 'Engaged learning': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/engaged-learning', 'Tuition and funding': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/tuition-and-funding', 'Connect with us': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/connect-us', 'Study abroad for undergraduates': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/study-abroad-undergraduates', 'Exchange student information': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/exchange-student-information'}.

    Write a function called bsi_dict that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape and create a list of the section names and subsection names under Programs Bachelor of Science in Information, and creates another list that contains the full urls of the named sections and subsections. Then, return a dictionary that contains the names as keys and their full urls as values. For example, bsi_dict('https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information') should return {'How do I apply?': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply', 'Current U-M students': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply/cross-campus-transfer', 'Transfer students': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply/new-transfer-students-bsi', 'High school students': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/how-do-i-apply/preferred-admissions', 'New transfers': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/new-transfers', 'UMSI Community College Summer Institute': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/new-transfers/umsi-community-college-summer-institute', 'Curriculum': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/curriculum', 'Career outcomes': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/career-outcomes', 'Internships': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/internships', 'F-1 visa holders': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/internships/f-1-visa-holders', 'Career development resources': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/career-development-resources', 'Engaged learning': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/engaged-learning', 'Tuition and funding': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/tuition-and-funding', 'Connect with us': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/connect-us', 'Study abroad for undergraduates': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/study-abroad-undergraduates', 'Exchange student information': 'https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information/exchange-student-information'}.

  8. Write a function called envelope_address that takes in a parameter url and uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape and return the address text in the footer with the newlines stripped. For example, envelope_address('https://www.si.umich.edu/programs/bachelor-science-information') should return first line: 'School of Information', second line: 'University of Michigan', third line: '105 S State St.', and last line: 'Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285'.

  9. Write a function called name_email that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the names and email addresses, and returns a dictionary with the names as keys and the email addresses as values. Use the string replace method while web scraping. For example, name_email('https://www.si.umich.edu/people/directory/faculty/e') should return {'Paul Edwards': 'pne@umich.edu', 'Ron Eglash': 'eglash@umich.edu', 'Nicole Ellison': 'enicole@umich.edu', 'Barbara Ericson': 'barbarer@umich.edu'}.

    Write a function called name_email that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the names and email addresses, and returns a dictionary with the names as keys and the email addresses as values. Use the string replace method while web scraping. For example, name_email('https://www.si.umich.edu/people/directory/faculty/e') should return {'Paul Edwards': 'pne@umich.edu', 'Ron Eglash': 'eglash@umich.edu', 'Nicole Ellison': 'enicole@umich.edu', 'Barbara Ericson': 'barbarer@umich.edu'}.

  10. Write a function called program_email that takes in a parameter url, uses BeautifulSoup to web scrape the 5 program names under Email Addresses and Admissions (BSI program, MSI program, etc.) and their associated email addresses, and returns a dictionary with the program names as keys and the email addresses as values. For example, program_email('https://www.si.umich.edu/about-umsi/contact-us') should return {'BSI program': 'umsi.undergrad@umich.edu', 'MSI program': 'umsi.admissions@umich.edu', 'MHI program': 'hi.admissions@umich.edu', 'MADS program': 'umsi.mads@umich.edu', 'Doctoral program': 'umsi.phd.admissions@umich.edu'}.

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