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Estimated results count for Matlab in Google Search

1100

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Estimated results count for Matlab in Google Search

Recently Collected Data (last 5 of 1100) Show All Data

Time Recorded (time1336) Data (data1336)
01 Mar 2015 10:30:14 [5690000]
28 Feb 2015 10:30:15 [5740000]
27 Feb 2015 10:30:17 [5770000]
26 Feb 2015 10:30:14 [5750000]
25 Feb 2015 10:30:13 [5790000]
% Estimated results count for Matlab in Google Search

url = 'http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/services/search/web?v=1.0&q=matlab';
count = urlfilter(url, 'estimatedResultCount');
updatetrend(count);
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Hi, do you know how I can extract the number of articles found on Google search?

Mikhail about 3 years ago

What is the number of articles?

When you search something on Google news, you can see the number of articles found. E.g. seraching for "tzunami disaster", Google displays 3450 articles. I need to collect it month by month from 1999 to today. Is it possible with matlab?

Mikhail almost 3 years ago

You extract it easily: there is a results count on the web page you can retrieve (just use the urlfilter on it). You won't be able to import the historical data into Trendy, however. Only the new data that comes in.

this is not that clear. But this counts only the numbers?, I mean, it doesn't change the month automatically, right?

Mikhail almost 3 years ago

No, it doesn't. It just parses a number from whatever url you provide.

If you want to filter by months, you have to provide the according url.

it is simple to write such codes in matlab?

Mikhail almost 3 years ago

Of course it is

I know I'm asking too much, but could you help me in writing these codes?

Mikhail almost 3 years ago

I could help if you had some specific questions. Sorry, i can't do that for you..

Thank you!

Well, Google has finally closed the old search API. Now it is required to have an API key to use JSON search. I don't see a way to use it without exposing it to the wild (not that it matters a lot, but still).

Oh, common, they closed the API only to open it again after several days?...