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I have been trying to write a code for my project wherein i need to go to a website search for sequences related to mouse strains and save the data on resulting page in a text file.Earlier i was trying to use Mechanize but then after reading I realized it is not good with javascripts. So i am using WWW::Mechanize::Firefox.

Well, there is more than one INPUT TYPE=Button with a value of ">>"

A better idea would be to match against onClick attribute

or complain to whomever programmed that page to add ID's or name's to each button, they have a contact form

or use some bioperl module to access that page, because data appears available for download and says it uses Gbrowse, surely there must be an interface for scraping Gbrowse already :)

In reply to Re: Question about WWW::Mechanize::Firefox by Anonymous Monk
in thread Question about WWW::Mechanize::Firefox by ssj262

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