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antiquity | Antiquity - A versioned graph extension

 by   indexiatech Java Version: 0.4 License: GPL-3.0

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antiquity is a Java library typically used in User Interface, Neo4j applications. antiquity has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Antiquity - A versioned graph. Antiquity is a [Blueprints](http://blueprints.tinkerpop.com) extension that enhances any Blueprints graph with full versioning and history support, This can work with any underline graph DB that Blueprints supports such as Neo4j, OrientDB, Titan, etc…​.
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  • antiquity has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 38 star(s) with 8 fork(s). There are 11 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 5 open issues and 4 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 17 days. There are no pull requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of antiquity is 0.4
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  • antiquity has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • antiquity has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • antiquity code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • antiquity is licensed under the GPL-3.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
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  • antiquity releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • antiquity saves you 1978 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 4351 lines of code, 443 functions and 51 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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  • Commits the current transaction .
    • Gets a string representation of the vertices in the graph .
      • Initializes the graph .
        • Returns the matching vertex or null if no previous version is found .
          • Iterator implementation .
            • Returns true if the given vertex is valid .
              • Returns the root vertex of the graph .
                • Synchronizes the old and old versioned from the old and the old version .
                  • Returns the range that overlaps with the specified range .
                    • Gets information about the vertices .

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                      antiquity Key Features

                      Antiquity - A versioned graph extension.

                      Creating a versioned graph

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                      TinkerGraph graph = new TinkerGraph();
                              Configuration conf = new Configuration.ConfBuilder().build();
                              ActiveVersionedGraph<TinkerGraph, Long> vg = new ActiveVersionedGraph.ActiveVersionedNonTransactionalGraphBuilder<TinkerGraph, Long>(
                                      graph, new LongGraphIdentifierBehavior()).init(true).conf(conf).build();
                      //Do something with vg (versioned graph) here (read blow)

                      Writing/Reading the graph

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                      Vertex v = vg.addVertex("item1");
                      v.setProperty("key", "foo");
                      long verFoo = vg.getLatestGraphVersion();
                      v.setProperty("key", "bar");
                      long verBar = vg.getLatestGraphVersion();
                      //Working with vg is just like working with the graph itself, it only contains the latest data.
                      System.out.println(vg.getVertex("item1").getProperty("key")); //prints bar
                      
                      //You can query how a vertex looked like in previous states by using the historic graph API
                      Vertex item1InVer1 = vg.getHistoricGraph().getVertexForVersion(v.getId(), verFoo);
                      System.out.println(item1InVer1.getProperty("key")); //prints foo
                      Vertex item1InVer2 = vg.getHistoricGraph().getVertexForVersion(v.getId(), verBar);
                      System.out.println(item1InVer2.getProperty("key")); //prints bar

                      Text classification from html with BeautifulSoup

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                      html='''
                      <html>
                       <head>
                       </head>
                       <body>
                        <a aria-label="Muzeum Londynu" class="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd" href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Muzeum+Londynu/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x48761b5508c1cbeb:0x407de2c1952a25e4!8m2!3d51.5176183!4d-0.0967782?authuser=0&amp;hl=pl&amp;rclk=1" jsaction="pane.wfvdle40;focus:pane.wfvdle40;blur:pane.wfvdle40;auxclick:pane.wfvdle40;contextmenu:pane.wfvdle40;keydown:pane.wfvdle40;clickmod:pane.wfvdle40" jsan="7.a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd,0.aria-label,8.href,0.jsaction" jstcache="825">
                        </a>
                       </body>
                      </html>
                      '''
                      from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
                      soup = BeautifulSoup(html,'html5lib')
                      #print(soup.prettify())
                      href=soup.find("a",class_="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd").get('href')
                      lat_lan=','.join(href.split('/')[-1].split('?')[0].split(':')[-1].split('!')[2:]).replace('3d','').replace('4d','').split()
                      print(lat_lan)
                      
                      ['51.5176183', '-0.0967782']
                      
                      html='''
                      <html>
                       <head>
                       </head>
                       <body>
                        <a aria-label="Muzeum Londynu" class="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd" href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Muzeum+Londynu/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x48761b5508c1cbeb:0x407de2c1952a25e4!8m2!3d51.5176183!4d-0.0967782?authuser=0&amp;hl=pl&amp;rclk=1" jsaction="pane.wfvdle40;focus:pane.wfvdle40;blur:pane.wfvdle40;auxclick:pane.wfvdle40;contextmenu:pane.wfvdle40;keydown:pane.wfvdle40;clickmod:pane.wfvdle40" jsan="7.a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd,0.aria-label,8.href,0.jsaction" jstcache="825">
                        </a>
                       </body>
                      </html>
                      '''
                      from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
                      soup = BeautifulSoup(html,'html5lib')
                      #print(soup.prettify())
                      href=soup.find("a",class_="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd").get('href')
                      lat_lan=','.join(href.split('/')[-1].split('?')[0].split(':')[-1].split('!')[2:]).replace('3d','').replace('4d','').split()
                      print(lat_lan)
                      
                      ['51.5176183', '-0.0967782']
                      

                      How to duplicate rows on DataFrame based on most recent row date

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                      df["Animation Date"] = pd.to_datetime(df["Report Date"])
                      
                      max_date = df["Report Date"].max()
                      
                      idx = pd.MultiIndex.from_tuples([[x, d] for x, y in df.groupby("Location")["Animation Date"]
                                                       for d in pd.date_range(min(y), max_date)],
                                                      names=["Location", "Animation Date"])
                      
                      s = df.set_index(["Location", "Animation Date"]).reindex(idx).reset_index()
                      
                      s["Days Since"] = s.groupby(["Location", s.Data.notnull().cumsum()]).cumcount()
                      
                      print (s.ffill())
                      
                            Location Animation Date Report Date   Data  Days Since
                      0   Louisville     2021-07-25   7/25/2021   79.0           0
                      1   Louisville     2021-07-26   7/25/2021   79.0           1
                      2   Louisville     2021-07-27   7/25/2021   79.0           2
                      3   Louisville     2021-07-28   7/25/2021   79.0           3
                      4   Louisville     2021-07-29   7/25/2021   79.0           4
                      5   Louisville     2021-07-30   7/30/2021   92.0           0
                      6   Louisville     2021-07-31   7/30/2021   92.0           1
                      7   Louisville     2021-08-01   7/30/2021   92.0           2
                      8   Louisville     2021-08-02   7/30/2021   92.0           3
                      9   Louisville     2021-08-03   7/30/2021   92.0           4
                      10  Louisville     2021-08-04   7/30/2021   92.0           5
                      11  Louisville     2021-08-05   7/30/2021   92.0           6
                      12  Louisville     2021-08-06   7/30/2021   92.0           7
                      13   St. Louis     2021-07-24   7/24/2021   80.0           0
                      14   St. Louis     2021-07-25   7/24/2021   80.0           1
                      15   St. Louis     2021-07-26   7/24/2021   80.0           2
                      16   St. Louis     2021-07-27   7/24/2021   80.0           3
                      17   St. Louis     2021-07-28   7/24/2021   80.0           4
                      18   St. Louis     2021-07-29   7/29/2021   85.0           0
                      19   St. Louis     2021-07-30   7/29/2021   85.0           1
                      20   St. Louis     2021-07-31   7/29/2021   85.0           2
                      21   St. Louis     2021-08-01    8/1/2021   89.0           0
                      22   St. Louis     2021-08-02    8/1/2021   89.0           1
                      23   St. Louis     2021-08-03    8/1/2021   89.0           2
                      24   St. Louis     2021-08-04    8/1/2021   89.0           3
                      25   St. Louis     2021-08-05    8/1/2021   89.0           4
                      26   St. Louis     2021-08-06    8/6/2021  100.0           0
                      

                      Pandas add value from date

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                      df['antiquity'] += df.groupby('id').cumcount()
                      df
                      
                               date       id  antiquity
                      0  01/06/2015  21972.0     5241.0
                      1  02/06/2015  21972.0     5242.0
                      2  03/06/2015  21972.0     5243.0
                      3  04/06/2015  21972.0     5244.0
                      4  05/06/2015  21972.0     5245.0
                      5  01/06/2015  28794.0     4157.0
                      6  02/06/2015  28794.0     4158.0
                      7  03/06/2015  28794.0     4159.0
                      8  04/06/2015  28794.0     4160.0
                      9  05/06/2015  28794.0     4161.0
                      
                      df = df.sort_values('date')
                      
                      df.loc[df.index.isin(new_serie.index), 'antiquity'] = new_serie
                      
                      df['antiquity'] += df.groupby('id').cumcount()
                      df
                      
                               date       id  antiquity
                      0  01/06/2015  21972.0     5241.0
                      1  02/06/2015  21972.0     5242.0
                      2  03/06/2015  21972.0     5243.0
                      3  04/06/2015  21972.0     5244.0
                      4  05/06/2015  21972.0     5245.0
                      5  01/06/2015  28794.0     4157.0
                      6  02/06/2015  28794.0     4158.0
                      7  03/06/2015  28794.0     4159.0
                      8  04/06/2015  28794.0     4160.0
                      9  05/06/2015  28794.0     4161.0
                      
                      df = df.sort_values('date')
                      
                      df.loc[df.index.isin(new_serie.index), 'antiquity'] = new_serie
                      
                      df['antiquity'] += df.groupby('id').cumcount()
                      df
                      
                               date       id  antiquity
                      0  01/06/2015  21972.0     5241.0
                      1  02/06/2015  21972.0     5242.0
                      2  03/06/2015  21972.0     5243.0
                      3  04/06/2015  21972.0     5244.0
                      4  05/06/2015  21972.0     5245.0
                      5  01/06/2015  28794.0     4157.0
                      6  02/06/2015  28794.0     4158.0
                      7  03/06/2015  28794.0     4159.0
                      8  04/06/2015  28794.0     4160.0
                      9  05/06/2015  28794.0     4161.0
                      
                      df = df.sort_values('date')
                      
                      df.loc[df.index.isin(new_serie.index), 'antiquity'] = new_serie
                      
                      df['antiquity'] += df.groupby('id').cumcount()
                      df
                      
                               date       id  antiquity
                      0  01/06/2015  21972.0     5241.0
                      1  02/06/2015  21972.0     5242.0
                      2  03/06/2015  21972.0     5243.0
                      3  04/06/2015  21972.0     5244.0
                      4  05/06/2015  21972.0     5245.0
                      5  01/06/2015  28794.0     4157.0
                      6  02/06/2015  28794.0     4158.0
                      7  03/06/2015  28794.0     4159.0
                      8  04/06/2015  28794.0     4160.0
                      9  05/06/2015  28794.0     4161.0
                      
                      df = df.sort_values('date')
                      
                      df.loc[df.index.isin(new_serie.index), 'antiquity'] = new_serie
                      

                      Laravel multi image upload

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                      foreach ($request->file('images') as $image) { 
                          $name = $image->getClientOriginalName();
                          $image->move('image', $name);
                          // v- TO HERE -v
                          $properti->images()->create(['name' => $name ]);
                      }
                      
                      // MOVE THIS: $properti->images()->create(['name' => $name ]);
                      

                      Array to string conversion Laravel upload multiples images

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                      $properti->images = $request->images;
                      
                      $properti->save();
                      
                      foreach($files as $file) {
                          $name=$file->getClientOriginalName();
                          $file->move('image',$name);
                          
                          // create a new Image and relate it to the property
                          $properti->images()->create(['name' => $name]);
                      }
                      
                      $properti->images = $request->images;
                      
                      $properti->save();
                      
                      foreach($files as $file) {
                          $name=$file->getClientOriginalName();
                          $file->move('image',$name);
                          
                          // create a new Image and relate it to the property
                          $properti->images()->create(['name' => $name]);
                      }
                      

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                      QUESTION

                      Text classification from html with BeautifulSoup

                      Asked 2021-Dec-08 at 23:34

                      I have obtained html page source code and then parsed it using 'html5lib' with BeautifulSoup.

                      I have got something like this:

                      <div class="V0h1Ob-haAclf OPZbO-KE6vqe o0s21d-HiaYvf" jsaction="mouseover:pane.wfvdle40;mouseout:pane.wfvdle40" jsan="7.V0h1Ob-haAclf,7.OPZbO-KE6vqe,7.o0s21d-HiaYvf,0.jsaction" jstcache="824">
                          <a aria-label="Muzeum Londynu" class="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd" href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Muzeum+Londynu/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x48761b5508c1cbeb:0x407de2c1952a25e4!8m2!3d51.5176183!4d-0.0967782?authuser=0&amp;hl=pl&amp;rclk=1" jsaction="pane.wfvdle40;focus:pane.wfvdle40;blur:pane.wfvdle40;auxclick:pane.wfvdle40;contextmenu:pane.wfvdle40;keydown:pane.wfvdle40;clickmod:pane.wfvdle40" jsan="7.a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd,0.aria-label,8.href,0.jsaction" jstcache="825"></a>
                          <div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-WFkMr" jstcache="826"></div>
                          <div aria-label="Muzeum Londynu" class="MVVflb-haAclf V0h1Ob-haAclf-d6wfac MVVflb-haAclf-uxVfW-hSRGPd" jsan="7.MVVflb-haAclf,7.V0h1Ob-haAclf-d6wfac,7.MVVflb-haAclf-uxVfW-hSRGPd,0.aria-label" jstcache="827">
                              <div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-bIWrp" jstcache="828"></div>
                              <div class="lI9IFe">
                                  <div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-HSrbLb" jstcache="829">
                                      <div class="RnEfrd-jRmmHf-HSrbLb B9Hcub-QFlW2" jsan="t-pdDsP4P8DQQ,7.RnEfrd-jRmmHf-HSrbLb,7.B9Hcub-QFlW2" jstcache="933">
                                          <button jstcache="842" style="display:none"></button>
                                          <div class="Z8fK3b" jsan="7.Z8fK3b,t-MjeqqY5XOdM" jstcache="843"> 
                                              <div class="CUwbzc-content gm2-body-2"> <div class="qBF1Pd-haAclf">
                                                  <div class="qBF1Pd gm2-subtitle-alt-1" jsan="7.qBF1Pd,7.gm2-subtitle-alt-1,t-u3p6PfXaXm4" jstcache="845">
                                                      <span jstcache="858">Muzeum Londynu</span> 
                                                  </div>
                                                  <h1 jstcache="846" style="display:none"></h1> 
                                                  <span class="RnEfrd-jRmmHf-HSrbLb-title-Btuy5e-haAclf"></span> 
                                              </div> 
                                              <div class="section-subtitle-extension" jstcache="847"></div> 
                                              <div class="ZY2y6b-RWgCYc" jsan="7.ZY2y6b-RWgCYc,t-hEqDOx2FFV0" jstcache="848"> 
                                              <div class="OEvfgc-wcwwM-haAclf"> 
                                                  <span class="RnEfrd-jRmmHf-HSrbLb-wPzPJb-Btuy5e-haAclf" jstcache="860"></span>
                                                  <span class="gm2-body-2" jsan="t-CJ3Gw1VPbAA,7.gm2-body-2" jstcache="861">
                                                  <span jstcache="868" style="display:none"></span>
                                                  <span aria-label=" 4,6-gwiazdkowy  Opinie (13 898)  " class="ZkP5Je" jsan="7.ZkP5Je,0.aria-label,0.role,t-kqtGnPs-9G0" jstcache="869" role="group">
                                                  <span aria-hidden="true" class="MW4etd" jsan="7.MW4etd,0.aria-hidden" jstcache="872">4,6</span>
                                                  <div jstcache="873" style="display:none"></div>
                                                  <div class="QBUL8c" jsan="7.QBUL8c" jsinstance="0" jstcache="874"></div>
                                                  <div class="QBUL8c" jsan="7.QBUL8c" jsinstance="1" jstcache="874"></div>
                                                  <div class="QBUL8c" jsan="7.QBUL8c" jsinstance="2" jstcache="874"></div>
                                                  <div class="QBUL8c" jsan="7.QBUL8c" jsinstance="3" jstcache="874"></div>
                                                  <div class="QBUL8c cXOKEb-S62Q7b" jsan="7.QBUL8c,7.cXOKEb-S62Q7b" jsinstance="*4" jstcache="874"></div> 
                                                  <span aria-hidden="true" class="UY7F9" jsan="7.UY7F9,0.aria-hidden" jstcache="875">(13 898)</span>
                                              </span>
                                           </span> 
                                           <span jstcache="862" style="display:none">
                                               <jsl jstcache="863" style="display:none"></jsl> 
                                           </span> 
                                       </div> 
                                   </div> 
                                   <div class="ZY2y6b-RWgCYc"> 
                                       <span jstcache="849" style="display:none"></span> 
                                       <div class="ZY2y6b-RWgCYc" jsinstance="0" jstcache="850"> 
                                           <span jsinstance="0" jstcache="851">
                                                <jsl jstcache="852"> <span jstcache="884" style="display:none">·</span> 
                                                <span jstcache="885">Muzeum</span> <span jstcache="886" style="display:none"></span> </jsl> </span><span jsinstance="*1" jstcache="851"> <jsl jstcache="852"> <span aria-hidden="true" class="bXlT7b-hgDUwe" jsan="7.bXlT7b-hgDUwe,0.aria-hidden" jstcache="884">·</span> <span jstcache="885">150 London Wall</span> <span jstcache="886" style="display:none"></span> </jsl> </span> </div><div class="ZY2y6b-RWgCYc" jsinstance="1" jstcache="850"> <span jsinstance="*0" jstcache="851"> <jsl jstcache="852"> <span jstcache="884" style="display:none">·</span> <span jstcache="885">Historia Londynu od starożytności do dziś</span> <span jstcache="886" style="display:none"></span> </jsl> </span> </div><div class="ZY2y6b-RWgCYc" jsinstance="*2" jstcache="850"> <span jsinstance="*0" jstcache="851"> <jsl jstcache="852"> <span jstcache="884" style="display:none">·</span> <span jstcache="885">Zamknięcie: 17:00</span> <span jstcache="886" style="display:none"></span> </jsl> </span> </div> </div> </div> </div></div></div><div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-JIbuQc" jstcache="830"></div><div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-HiaYvf" jstcache="831"><div class="xwpmRb qisNDe" jsan="t-PLs0ILPSy_c,7.xwpmRb,7.qisNDe,5.width,5.height,5.margin-top,5.margin-bottom,5.margin-left,5.margin-right" jstcache="932" style="width: 84px; height: 84px; margin: 0px;"><div class="Vig8jf-haAclf p0Hhde" jsan="7.p0Hhde,7.Vig8jf-haAclf,5.min-width,5.min-height" jstcache="836" style="min-width:84px;min-height:84px"><img aria-hidden="true" decoding="async" src="//lh5.googleusercontent.com/proxy/tWfK1sqsGJZNlZu3WTUika5NJAu4mqKhx07Kub2ZjC_yU3PdIv3DWCKe8_cwJ3RBAUHjW5qZp3S6vGLQJ7HnYxCL_4YR4X1T3ju-ISh86JeC5Kb0KGnvp8j8Jt0vvk6Es_gdVz1AyfBfMDSN6DImwkgbwPL0RQ=w138-h92-k-no" style="position: absolute; top: 50%;left: 50%;width: 126px;height: 84px;-webkit-transform: translateY(-50%) translateX(-50%);transform: translateY(-50%) translateX(-50%);"/></div><button jstcache="837" style="display:none"></button><div class="badge-container"></div></div></div><div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-hxbzzc" jstcache="832"></div></div><div class="CJY91c-jRmmHf-aVTXAb-haAclf-IoWfhc" jstcache="833"></div></div></div>
                      

                      The last part was running methong .find_all('a', href=True) which got me something like this:

                      [<a aria-label="Muzeum Londynu" class="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd" href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Muzeum+Londynu/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x48761b5508c1cbeb:0x407de2c1952a25e4!8m2!3d51.5176183!4d-0.0967782?authuser=0&amp;hl=pl&amp;rclk=1" jsaction="pane.wfvdle40;focus:pane.wfvdle40;blur:pane.wfvdle40;auxclick:pane.wfvdle40;contextmenu:pane.wfvdle40;keydown:pane.wfvdle40;clickmod:pane.wfvdle40" jsan="7.a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd,0.aria-label,8.href,0.jsaction" jstcache="825"></a>]
                      

                      I am trying to specifically extract longitude and latitude which are [51.5176183, -0.0967782] present in the href.

                      I've tried using .href method similar to .text method but when i am using .href 'None' is being returned. Could you tell me how to extract those two velues from href body?

                      Running .text method on the html code returning output like this:

                      Museum of London         4,6(13 898)           · Museum     · 150 London Wall       · The history of London from antiquity to today       · Closing: 17:00      
                      

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2021-Dec-08 at 23:34

                      According to your question, I use split() method to get the desired output.

                      script
                      html='''
                      <html>
                       <head>
                       </head>
                       <body>
                        <a aria-label="Muzeum Londynu" class="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd" href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Muzeum+Londynu/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x48761b5508c1cbeb:0x407de2c1952a25e4!8m2!3d51.5176183!4d-0.0967782?authuser=0&amp;hl=pl&amp;rclk=1" jsaction="pane.wfvdle40;focus:pane.wfvdle40;blur:pane.wfvdle40;auxclick:pane.wfvdle40;contextmenu:pane.wfvdle40;keydown:pane.wfvdle40;clickmod:pane.wfvdle40" jsan="7.a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd,0.aria-label,8.href,0.jsaction" jstcache="825">
                        </a>
                       </body>
                      </html>
                      '''
                      from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
                      soup = BeautifulSoup(html,'html5lib')
                      #print(soup.prettify())
                      href=soup.find("a",class_="a4gq8e-aVTXAb-haAclf-jRmmHf-hSRGPd").get('href')
                      lat_lan=','.join(href.split('/')[-1].split('?')[0].split(':')[-1].split('!')[2:]).replace('3d','').replace('4d','').split()
                      print(lat_lan)
                      
                      Output
                      ['51.5176183', '-0.0967782']
                      

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