The Google Trends API offers a layer for Google Trends data. It can be used to retrieve keyword popularity data by location, and date. This API makes use of several methods such as returning the current top 20 trending topics for a desired location (hotTrends), returning the top 30 searches of the last month (top30in30), or returning data by category (categoryTopCharts).
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The Unofficial Google Trends Python SDK by John Hogue and Burton DeWilde allows developers to integrate the Google Trends API into their Python applications. This SDK works with Python 2.7+ and Python 3.3+.
The Google Trends Node.j SDK by Patrick Trasborg access the API to integrate the latest social media trends. Contents include installation, API, and callbacks. Methods cover trend data, top related hot trends, and top 30 in 30.