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Filters for Domain Analytics Technologies API

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Here you will find all the necessary information about filters that can be used with Domain Analytics Technologies API endpoints.

Note that filters are associated with a certain object in the result array, and should be specified accordingly.

Instead of ‘login’ and ‘password’ use your credentials from https://app.dataforseo.com/api-dashboard

<?php
// You can download this file from here https://cdn.dataforseo.com/v3/examples/php/php_RestClient.zip
require('RestClient.php');
$api_url = 'https://api.dataforseo.com/';
try {
  // Instead of 'login' and 'password' use your credentials from https://app.dataforseo.com/api-dashboard
  $client = new RestClient($api_url, null, 'login', 'password');
} catch (RestClientException $e) {
  echo "n";
  print "HTTP code: {$e->getHttpCode()}n";
  print "Error code: {$e->getCode()}n";
  print "Message: {$e->getMessage()}n";
  print  $e->getTraceAsString();
  echo "n";
  exit();
}
try {
  // using this method you can get a list of filters
  // GET /v3/domain_analytics/technologies/available_filters
  // the full list of possible parameters is available in the documentation
  $result = $client->get('/v3/domain_analytics/technologies/available_filters');
  print_r($result);
  // do something with result
} catch (RestClientException $e) {
  echo "n";
  print "HTTP code: {$e->getHttpCode()}n";
  print "Error code: {$e->getCode()}n";
  print "Message: {$e->getMessage()}n";
  print  $e->getTraceAsString();
  echo "n";
}
$client = null;
?>

The list of available filtration parameters:

{
    "version": "0.1.20220819",
    "status_code": 20000,
    "status_message": "Ok.",
    "time": "0.0484 sec.",
    "cost": 0,
    "tasks_count": 1,
    "tasks_error": 0,
    "tasks": [
        {
            "id": "10171424-1535-0493-0000-800991a2c04f",
            "status_code": 20000,
            "status_message": "Ok.",
            "time": "0 sec.",
            "cost": 0,
            "result_count": 1,
            "path": [
                "v3",
                "domain_analytics",
                "technologies",
                "available_filters"
            ],
            "data": {
                "api": "domain_analytics",
                "function": "available_filters",
                "se": "technologies"
            },
            "result": [
                {
                    "domains_by_technology": {
                        "domain_rank": "num",
                        "last_visited": "time",
                        "country_iso_code": "str",
                        "language_code": "str",
                        "content_language_code": "str"
                    },
                    "aggregation_technologies": {
                        "domain_rank": "num",
                        "last_visited": "time",
                        "country_iso_code": "str",
                        "language_code": "str",
                        "content_language_code": "str"
                    },
                    "technologies_summary": {
                        "domain_rank": "num",
                        "last_visited": "time",
                        "country_iso_code": "str",
                        "language_code": "str",
                        "content_language_code": "str"
                    }
                }
            ]
        }
    ]
}

You will receive the full list of filters by calling this API. You can also download the full list of possible filters by this link.

‌‌As a response of the API server, you will receive JSON-encoded data containing a tasks array with the information specific to the set tasks.

Field name Type Description
version string the current version of the API
status_code integer general status code
you can find the full list of the response codes here
status_message string general informational message
you can find the full list of general informational messages here
time string execution time, seconds
cost float total tasks cost, USD
tasks_count integer the number of tasks in the tasks array
tasks_error integer the number of tasks in the tasks array returned with an error
tasks array array of tasks
        id string task identifier
unique task identifier in our system in the UUID format
        status_code integer status code of the task
generated by DataForSEO; can be within the following range: 10000-60000
you can find the full list of the response codes here
        status_message string informational message of the task
you can find the full list of general informational messages here
        time string execution time, seconds
        cost float cost of the task, USD
        result_count integer number of elements in the result array
        path array URL path
        data object contains the parameters passed in the URL of the GET request
        result array array of results
contains the full list of available parameters that can be used for data filtration
the parameters are grouped by the endpoint they can be used with


Below you will find a detailed description of the structure that should be used to specify filters for Domain Analytics Technologies API.

Description of the fields:

Field name Type Description
filters array array of results filtering parameters
filters have the following structure:
[filered_field, filter_operator, filter_value]
you can add several filters at once (8 filters maximum)
if you add more than one filter, you must set a logical operator and, or between the conditions
example:
[["domain_rank",">",800],"and",["country_iso_code","=","US"]]
        filtered_field str fields that support filtration
you can use the following fields to filter the results: domain_rank, last_visited, country_iso_code, language_code, content_language_code
see available filters for more information
        filter_operator str operator in the filter
available filter operators:
• if num: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
• if str: like, not_like, =, <>
• if time: <, >
note: time should be specified in the format: “yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm-ss +00:00”
example:
2021-01-29 15:02:37 +00:00

if you specify in or not_in operator, the $filter_value should be specified as an array
example:
["domain_rank","in",[100,500]]

        filter_value filtering value
values specified in the filter_value should match the format of the specified filtered_field
available filters
domain_rank num backlink rank of the target domain
the following operators are supported: <, <=, >, >=, =, <>, in, not_in
example:
"filters": ["domain_rank","in",[100,500]]
last_visited time most recent date when our crawler visited the domain
the following operators are supported: <, >
note: last_visited should be specified in the format: “yyyy-mm-dd hh-mm-ss +00:00”
example:
"filters": ["last_visited",">","2022-09-29 15:02:37 +00:00"]
country_iso_code str domain ISO code
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["country_iso_code","=","US"]
language_code str domain language
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["language_code","=","en"]
content_language_code str content language
the following operators are supported: =, <>, like, not_like
example:
"filters": ["content_language_code","<>","en"]

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