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When want to grab your data from Google Analytics: gagrab it.

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gagrab

The official Google Analytics API is very powerfull and extensive. Sometimes, though, you just want to grab some data and have it returned in a clean format.

from service_account_auth import AuthorizedService
from gagrab import Grabber

my_ga_service = AuthorizedService('my-project-555', 'analytics', 'v3')
grabber = Grabber(my_ga_service)

data = grabber.query(
    view='UA-000000-1',
    metrics=['sessions', 'pageviews'],
    dimensions=['browser', 'userAgeBracket']
    start_date='2014-07-01',
    end_date='2014-08-15',
)

Installation

To install the latest release, type:

pip install gagrab

To install the latest code directly from source, type:

pip install git+git://github.com/ambitioninc/gagrab.git

The gagrab.Grabber object requires a service_account_auth.AuthorizedService object during initialization. Installation and setup instructions for gclient-service-account-auth can be found on the github page https://github.com/ambitioninc/gclient-service-account-auth.

Documentation

Full documentation is available at http://gagrab.readthedocs.org

License

MIT License (see LICENSE)

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