If you ever wanted to do simple scraping in python, then this is the tutorial for you.
This example will send a request to Google and capture the word "Google" from the title tags.
r = requests.get("https://google.com")
Sends a normal request to google. Typically, your browser would do this to almost any site. We must set this request to a variable to have any use for it.
Prints response from website.
Now this is the tricky part. This will parse or capture specific data from the website.
print_google = re.search("<title>(.*)</title>", r.text).group(1)
You must be specific when telling Python what to capture. I told Python to capture or parse everything in-between the title tags in the response source.
The syntax for this is
variablename = re.search("leftstring(.*)rightstring", VariableNameThatIwantToParseStuffFrom).group(1)
You can see an example of this in the provided code below.