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December 09, 2015

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Thanks for sharing David. This is great!

Small code error with 'user' and 'usr' though.

Here's a quick first-year indexing to flip the takeaway:
lang_trend$trend[,3]<-lang_trend$trend[,3]/mean(lang_trend$trend[1:52,3])
lang_trend$trend[,4]<-lang_trend$trend[,4]/mean(lang_trend$trend[1:52,4])
plot(lang_trend)

When I send your exact query, or any other, I get:

Error: Not enough search volume. Please change your search terms.

What does that mean? Thanks

Hi David,

thank you for sharing but unfortunately do not work the function on my system (OS Windows 10, R64 3.2.2)! I get following message (different binary versions of binary/source):

Es gibt eine Binärversion, jedoch ist der Quelltext neuer:
binary source needs_compilation
gtrendsR 1.3.0 1.3.1 FALSE

installing the source package ‘gtrendsR’
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* installing *source* package 'gtrendsR' ...
** Paket 'gtrendsR' erfolgreich entpackt und MD5 Summen überprüft
Warnung in file(file, ifelse(append, "a", "w"))
kann Datei 'C:/Users/G|nter/Documents/R/win-library/3.2/gtrendsR/DESCRIPTION' nicht öffnen: Invalid argument
Error in file(file, ifelse(append, "a", "w")) :
kann Verbindung nicht öffnen
ERROR: installing package DESCRIPTION failed for package 'gtrendsR'
* removing 'C:/Users/Günter/Documents/R/win-library/3.2/gtrendsR'

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Do you have any hint?

Best regards,
Guenter

David, thanks for answering my #1 English usage question! I should have thought of this. Cheers, Bob

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