The Google Analytics Management PHP library by Google in beta stage is available to facilitate the interaction with the API. To get started, developers install the library. Next, they authenticate and authorize choosing from API Keys, OAuth 2.0 for web server, and OAuth 2.0 for server-to-server. In the same site, learn how to send batch requests, upload media, use pagination, and migrate from 0.6.x
New Relic wants to take the whole idea of application performance management (APM) up a few notches by leveraging an analytics engine that the company intends to expose via an API. At the New Relic FutureStack 2013 conference today New Relic previewed Project Rubicon, which leverages a Big Data analytics engine to give developers greater insight into all the factors that may be adversely affecting application performance.
Understanding the usage of your publications used to be easy: if it's a book, count the sales. A magazine? Count the subscriptions. An article--count the circulation of the hosting publication. If you're a librarian, just look at how many times it was checked out. For impact, count citations. The digital universe requires new tools to measure these and the Scholarly IQ API is Scholarly's app for putting them right into your application. Scholarly IQ uses SUSHI to harvest COUNTER usage statistics.