A full list of R packages I have published are on my Github, but some notable ones are below.
Some are part of the cloudyR project, which has many packages useful for using R in the cloud.
I concentrate on the Google cloud below, but be sure to check out the other packages if you’re looking to work with AWS or other cloud based services.
|googleAuthR||The central workhorse for authentication on Google APIs|
|googleAnalyticsR||Works with Google Analytics Reporting V3/V4 and Management APIs|
|googleComputeEngineR||Launch Virtual Machines within the Google Cloud, via templates or your own Docker containers.|
|googleCloudStorageR||Interact with Google Cloud Storage via R|
|bigQueryR||Interact with Google BigQuery via R|
|searchConsoleR||Download Search Console data into R|
As you can tell, most are aimed towards helping R users with help in digital analytics and cloud based services. You can get some idea of how they can work together in a digital analytics workflow here.
More experimental packages:
|googleLanguageR||Access Speech to text, translation and NLP text processing APIs|
|googleID||In production, but very small so not on CRAN. Allows user authentication via Google+ API for Shiny and RMarkdown documents.|
|In development||youtubeAnalyticsR||Access YouTube Analytics data|
|In development||gtmR||Access the Google Tag Manager API from R|
|Reference||autoGoogleAPI||152 R packages auto generated via
|Done||gentelellaShiny||A custom Shiny theme available in a package|
|Deprecated||stripeR||Interact with the Stripe payment API, but superseded by another R package, RStripe|