$ pip install --upgrade gav4
Typical usage example
There are two methods of using the gav4 library. You can
apply the library to an authorized
analyticsreporting Service object, which exposes a get method that operates much like the current Core Reporting API V3.
import gav4 # Apply the gav4 get method to the analyticsreporting service object. gav4.apply_gav4(analyticsreporting) # Call the gav4_get method with a V3 request and get a V3 response. v3_response = analyticsreporting.gav4_get(v3_request).execute()
Alternatively, you can convert the requests and responses directly.
# Convert a V3 request into a V4 request. v4_request = gav4.convert_request(v3_request) # Call the V4 API. v4_response = analyticsreporting.reports().batchGet(body=v4_request).execute() # Convert the V4 API response into a V3 response. v3_response = gav4.convert_report(v4_response.get('reports', ))
Run the tests with the following command:
python setup.py tests
This may require you to install the nose library --
pip install nose.
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This library is strictly for the Analytics Reporting API and not to be confused with the Google Analytics Android SDK V4.