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Django app used to pull daily Google Analytics data into your django database.

Project Description
django-ga-puller
================

Django app used to pull daily Google Analytics data into your django database. It provides abstract models which you should
inherit from in your app.

To Use
------

Add the app to your settings.py file:

INSTALLED_APPS = [...
'ga_puller',
...]

In your app,

Create models that inherit from the abstract classes provided. Here is a sample of a basic implementation:

from ga_puller.models import AnalyticsPage, DailyEventTrackingBase, DailyPageTrackingBase

class Page(AnalyticsPage):

def __unicode__(self):
return "%s" % self.page_path


class DailyEventData(DailyEventTrackingBase):

page = models.ForeignKey('Page')

@classmethod
def get_page_class(cls):
return Page


class DailyPageTrackingData(DailyPageTrackingBase):

page = models.ForeignKey('Page')

@classmethod
def get_page_class(cls):
return Page


Add a list named analytics_import_models defining the data models to the __init__.py of your app module:

from models import DailyPageTrackingData, DailyEventData
analytics_import_models = [DailyPageTrackingData, DailyEventData]


Create a 'private' python package at the root level of your django project (at the same level as the manage.py file).

The application requires a service account for authentication with Google. These can be configured by logging into your account at https://cloud.google.com.

Copy your Google API private key file to the private directory (name it privatekey.pem).

Create a python file named 'accounts.py' in the private directory with the following code (update with your account data):

service_account = 'xxxxxx@developer.gserviceaccount.com'
view_ids = {'app_name': '#########', ...}


This package uses [Google APIs Client Library for Python](https://developers.google.com/api-client-library/python/) which should automatically be installed through setup.


Release Notes:

0.1.0: Initial Release
0.1.1: Updated to support importing from separate views in google analytics.
0.1.2: Increased the size of the label and page_path fields.
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