Differences between html_nodes( ) and html_node( )?

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What is the difference between html_nodes( ) and html_node( )? How to read from html_page?
Sep 17 in Data Analytics by pallavi
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Pallava, both the functions return nodes from HTML elements using CSS or Xpath.

html_nodes() return a list of matching nodes whereas html_node( ) return a single html node according to CSS Oor Xpath.

Both the functions have similar syntax

html_nodes(x, css, xpath)
html_node(x, css, xpath)

For more information, check out the documentation here.

https://www.rdocumentation.org/packages/rvest/versions/0.3.4/topics/html_nodes

answered Sep 17 by rajeev

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