The Archive API enables you to query and extract this type of content to machine-readable web data feeds. The sheer volume of such communications on the web requires careful thinking of filtering and the context of your queries, to ensure that your historical dataset contains relevant data.
You can either use the Archive Wizard or run a query for Historical Data, using the Archive API
- Get results in NDJson
- Filter and retrieve data between now and 10 years back
Webz.io Archived Data is based on a pre-paid credit pricing model:
In order to use the pre-paid model, you will need to purchase credit packages in advance
Then consumption of credits will be against the # of post results that your queries yield. Each query result equals 1 credit.
- This checkout model improves the quality and accuracy of the archive and removes uncertainties in the buying process.
The Archive API section covers -
|Archive Section||What can I see here?|
|Overview and Examples||This outline plus the animation below.|
Do watch it for a few seconds, before you go any further if you plan on retrieving
Historical data using the Archive Wizard.
If you're more of an API type of person, just skip to the Archive Access Using an API section.
|Online Archive Access||How to retrieve Historical Data using the Archive Access Wizard.|
A step by step guide.
|Archive Access using an API||A 3-steps guide to using API to retrieve Historical Datasets.|
|Frequently Asked Questions||Just that|
The following animation shows you how to get access to structured Archive data from the Open Web,
using the Archive Access Wizard