This bookmarklet allows you to pull data sets contained on many Web pages in various forms directly into StatCrunch for analysis.
To get started, save the link below to your bookmarks or favorites folder.
- In Chrome or Safari, grab the link above and drag it to your bookmarks bar.
- In Internet Explorer, right-click the link above and choose the Add to Favorites option.
- In Firefox, right-click the link above and choose the Bookmark This Link option.
When you find data tables on a Web page, choose the newly added StatCrunchThis option under the Favorites/Bookmarks menu of your browser, and the data tables will be loaded into StatCrunch.
To see how this works, consider the Google spreadsheet and the HTML table below, which both contain simple data listings. Both data sets will be loaded into StatCrunch if you click the StatCrunchThis link above or
when you use the StatCrunchThis bookmarklet while viewing this page. This program works pretty well for most web pages, but always double check the output to make sure it matches the original data. Be very careful with pages that contain
tables with very complicated header information.
3. More Examples
Some examples of Web pages with data sets that play nicely with StatCrunchThis are listed below. Make sure you sign in to StatCrunch before using StatCrunchThis with the pages below.