Marmite: end-user programming for the web

  title={Marmite: end-user programming for the web},
  author={Jason I. Hong and Jeffrey Wong},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
A tremendous amount of semi-structured data is available today on the web but is not necessarily in a form which is suitable for a user's tasks. For example, a website may show a listing of local events but a user wants to filter out those which are too far from him. To address this problem, we are developing a tool called Marmite that helps users extract data from web pages and create new applications using a dataflow architecture in a manner similar to Unix pipes. In this paper, we describe… CONTINUE READING
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