In this blog post, I would walk you through the steps from downloading to installing the RGoogleAnalytics package on your machine.
The RGoogleAnalytics package currently resides at href="https://code.google.com/p/r-google-analytics/">https://code.google.com/p/r-google-analytics/ and this page lists the latest developments around the package. The zip and tarball archives for the package can be obtained from the Downloads Section.
Once you download the archive, fire up the RStudio interface and click on the Install Packages button in the Packages tab and select the Package Archive File option as shown in this screenshot.
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Browse to the location containing the downloaded package archive and install it. Your RStudio console should then display the following messages :
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As an aside, RGoogleAnalytics requires a couple of addtional packages for its working. These are : rjson, RCurl and bitops. These can be downloaded by clicking on Install Packages again, selecting Repository(CRAN, CRANExtra) and typing the package name.
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