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Sameer Borate's Blog:
Reading Google Analytics data from PHP
February 03, 2010 @ 11:06:08

In a new post to his blog today Sameer Borate has a tutorial about linking your application to the Google Analytics backend and using the requestReportData method to pull back interesting statistics on your sites.

Although no standard library is available from Google for PHP, some small and easy interfaces are available out there. In this post we will see how to access Google Analytics data using PHP using the GAPI library.

The GAPI library is an open sourced project that provides a direct, easy to use interface you can use to connect directly to the Analytics service without having to handle all of the manual stuff yourself. Sameer shows how to get information from the service like the top ten sources and visit counts, regional information and how to do some filtering on the results returned.

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