Using Web Mining in the Analysis of Housing Prices: A Case study of Tehran

  title={Using Web Mining in the Analysis of Housing Prices: A Case study of Tehran},
  author={R. Annamoradnejad and Issa Annamoradnejad and T. Safarrad and J. Habibi},
  journal={2019 5th International Conference on Web Research (ICWR)},
There have been many previous works to determine the determinants of housing prices. All of these works relied on a relatively small set of data, mostly collected with the help of real estate agencies. In this work, we used web mining methods to generate a big, organized dataset from a popular national brokerage website. The dataset contains structural characteristics of more than 139,000 apartments, alongside their location and price. We provided our full dataset for the article, so that other… Expand
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