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Here's something to get you started down to path of scraping the somewhat larger individual pictures from the Nobel website: links = Import[ "https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/index.html?images=yes", "Hyperlinks"]; individualpagelinks = Select[ links, StringMatchQ[ ...


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It doesn't seem there is a one line solution but we can adapt W|A to give a result similar to DSolve and friends. fSolve[eq_Equal] := fSolve @ ToString@eq; fSolve[eq_String] := Values[ WolframAlpha[ "solve " <> eq, {"SolutionAsAFunctionalEquation", "FormulaData"} ] ] /. Hold[Equal[f_, d_]] :> f -> d /. { Subscript[\[ScriptC], n_] :> ...


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Using jSoupLink: << jSoupLink` ParseHTML[ "https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1921/einstein-facts.html", ".laureate_info_wrapper p", "text" ] // TableForm It is possible to be more precise: ParseHTML[ "https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1921/einstein-facts.html", "span[itemprop=birthDate]", ...


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Thanks to MarcoB and C. E. From them I learned how to deal with HTML contents using Mathematica. I now summerize my final approach below (it is a bit long, so I make it an answer). In this approach, I use information all from www.nobelprize.org and mathematica features that are all built-in. individualpagelinks is a list of all Nobel Laureates ...



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