|Revenue||Sponsored by 4iP|
|Slogan(s)||QuickCode is a Python and R data analysis environment, ideal for economists, statisticians and data managers who are new to coding.|
|Alexa rank||133,089 (April 2014[update])|
|Affero General Public License|
QuickCode (formerly ScraperWiki) is a web-based platform for collaboratively building programs to extract and analyze public (online) data, in a wiki-like fashion. "Scraper" refers to screen scrapers, programs that extract data from websites. "Wiki" means that any user with programming experience can create or edit such programs for extracting new data, or for analyzing existing datasets. The main use of the website is providing a place for programmers and journalists to collaborate on analyzing public data.
ScraperWiki was founded in 2009 by Julian Todd and Aidan McGuire. It was initially funded by 4iP, the venture capital arm of TV station Channel 4. Since then, it has attracted an additional £1 Million round of funding from Enterprise Ventures.
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- Alison Spillane (2010-11-17). "Online tool helps to create greater public data transparency". Politico.
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- Francis Irving, Rufus Pollock (9 March 2012). "From CMS to DMS: C is for Content, D is for Data". Open Knowledge Blog.
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