API setting You must sign in to your Google Compute Engine account to use the Google Vision API. You can try GCE, but you will need a credit card to sign up.
From there, you select a project (but my first project is selected if you just applied). Then get the API key in the left menu. Here I use a simple API key that I can use with the Curl command line tool (if you want, you can use another tool that can call the REST APIs):
Save the key it generates somewhere in a text file or buffer (YOUR_KEY by YOUR_KEY as YOUR_KEY) and enable the API in your project (go to this URL and click Enable API): How is the Google Vision API useful? Whether you work in security or retail, it can significantly help you figure out what something is in the picture.
Whether you’re trying to figure out what breed of cat you have or who that customer is, or whether Google thinks a columnist in a particular topic is influential, the Google Vision API can help. Please note that Google’s terms only allow you to use this API in personal computing applications.
Whether you adore the data in the search app or check whether the content submitted by the user is a ration or not, Google Vision may be just what you need. While I used a version of the API that uses public URIs, you can also publish raw binaries or Google Cloud Storage file locations with different permutations. Here you can find keywords search volume api.
Determining the average number of searches (today and in the past).
Google is sparse with the data it provides us, and often gives only an index of numbers instead of real data. With a few advanced steps and with the help of machine learning, you can now find out how many searches there have been and where the trends are going.