Yes, you can list your scripts without any other types of documents in Google Drive. Here are some tips you should keep in mind when doing so:
Create a folder: Using a dedicated folder to store all your scripts is the best way to keep them organized.
Name your files: Make sure to name all your scripts in a way that they are easily recognizable, such as 'script_name.docx'.
Use descriptive file types: By using descriptive file types, you can make the scripts you upload to Google Drive even more organized. For example, instead of just saving all scripts as '.docx', you could save them as '.r' (for a R script), '.py' (for a Python script), etc.
Add folder descriptions: Add a description for every folder you create. This will help you differentiate between multiple folders that might contain the same types of scripts.
Backup your files: To avoid losing your scripts accidentally, make sure to backup your files regularly, preferably to an external hard drive or online cloud storage.
I hope this helps!