PYGA: Python Google Analytics (ga.js) - Data Collection API
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pyga is an implementation of Google Analytics (ga.js) in Python; so that it can be used at server side. This project only helps you with Data Collection part of Google Analytics. ie., You can consider this as a replacement for ga.js at client side.
Google Provides Android SDK,iOS SDK + Flash SDK. And left everybody else with a single page documentation about GIF request parameters. Also with a basic sample of server side implementation in quite a few languages (perl, php, jsp).
PS: Google moved away from ga.js to analytics.js; a new operating standard for Google Analytics named "universal analytics". Soon ga.js will be deprecated. I'm planning to have a pyga equivalent to the new standard. Read more here at https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/upgrade/#upgrade-guides https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/protocol/v1/#getting-started
To know more about mobile-tracking see: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/other/mobileWebsites
from pyga.requests import Tracker, Page, Session, Visitor
tracker = Tracker('MO-XXXXX-X', 'yourdomain.com') visitor = Visitor() visitor.ip_address = '126.96.36.199' session = Session() page = Page('/path') tracker.track_pageview(page, session, visitor)
And for you fans out there, we even have
mountain bikes named pyga_ ;)