With Google Analytics APIs you can save time by automating complex reporting tasks. You can also use the APIs to integrate Google Analytics data with your own business data for deeper insights.
Google Analytics Embed API Jun 2014
Google Analytics superProxy July 2013
The Google Analytics superProxy allows you to publicly share your Google Analytics reporting data. Use it to power your own custom dashboards and widgets, transform responses to various formats, manage your quota efficiently, test, and much more.
Magic script simplifies and automates the process of getting Google Analytics data into any Apps Script supported product, such as Google Docs, Sites, or Spreadsheets. Create dashboards that automatically update with your latest Google Analytics data - no code required.
Automating reporting using Google Apps Script August 2012
This tutorial describes how to access the Management and Core Reporting APIs inside a Google Spreadsheet using Apps Script.
If you use Google Analytics, chances are that your data eventually makes its way into a spreadsheet. This article shows you how to automate all the manual work by printing data from the Data Export API in CSV, the most ubiquitous file format for table data.
Filling In Missing Values In Date Requests October 2009
If you want to request data displayed over a time series, you will find that there might be missing dates in your series requests. When requesting multiple dimensions, the Data Export API only returns entries for dates that have collected data. This can lead to missing dates in a time series, but this article describes how to fill in these missing dates.
Google Analytics on App Engine in Java October 2009
This article describes how to make Authenticated Google Data API requests using the App Engine Java SDK. The example in this article supports AuthSub and OAuth, uses the Model-View-Controller pattern, and serves as a model that you can use to build your own applications. Try the live example here.