Install googleAuthR from CRAN
Work flow always starts with authenticating with Google.
Your browser window should open up and go through the Google sign in OAuth2 flow. Verify with a user that has Search Console access to the websites you want to work with.
Check out the documentation of any function for a guide on what else can be done.
If it works, you should see a list of your websites in the Search Console via:
sc_websites <- list_websites() sc_websites
sc_websites$siteUrl for the majority of the other functions.
Most people will find the search analytics most useful. All methods from the web interface are available. Here is an example query:
gbr_desktop_queries <- search_analytics("http://example.com", "2015-07-01", "2015-08-01", c("query", "page"), dimensionFilterExp = c("device==DESKTOP","country==GBR"), searchType = "web", searchAppearance = "AMP_BLUE_LINKS", aggregationType = "byPage", rowLimit = 100))
Filter your API results using this format:
filter operator expression
Filter can be one of:
Operator can be one of
~~, ==, !~, != where the symbols mean:
Expression for page or query if freeform.
Expression for country must be the three letter country code as per the [the ISO 3166-1 alpha-3] standard. e.g. GBR
Expression for device must be one of:
Expression for searchAppearance must be one of:
You can have multiple AND filters by putting them in a character vector.
OR filters aren't supported yet in the API.
Any scripts or data that you put into this service are public.
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