A Simple Table Extraction
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This is a copy of the wikipedia page about the highest grossing films of all times.
Scrolling down this page, we find an HTML table with the Top Films in terms of revenu since 1915.
Let's extract this data.
Simply click on 'tables' in the left side panel.
And that's it. The data is ready to be exported.
The export preview panel displays the extracted data as it will be exported in the format that you select in the top left menu.
Try saving an export file on your hard disk in the format you prefer.
In most cases, it's that simple.
As with all built-in extractors of OutWit Hub, a single click is usually enough. To see how to extract a table from pages containing multiple tables (which is not much more difficult), please look at the second Table Extraction tutorial.
With these functions and the many others you will find in the help center, you can feed excel spreadsheets, databases or websites with readily usable data.