Web Analytics

Web Analytics

phoenix_r

2009 May 13 • 902
17 ₧
What, if any, website analytics packages do you use? Google Analytics? Piwik? Webalizer? Pen & paper?!

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2011 Jun 7 at 11:44 PDT
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

Find the Hole II Participation Medal
2007 Oct 19 • 5486
57,583 ₧
Any time someone hits my website, I commission a small plane to paint their IP in the clouds using smoke trails.
 
 
2011 Jun 7 at 14:41 PDT
phoenix_r

2009 May 13 • 902
17 ₧
Down Rodeo said:
Any time someone hits my website, I commission a small plane to paint their IP in the clouds using smoke trails.

Sounds like I'd need to get the Apache module for IPoAC support for that.
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2011 Jun 7 at 14:42 PDT
SuperJer
Websiteman

2005 Mar 20 • 6299
I use a combination of Google Analytics and AWStats.

 
 
2011 Jun 8 at 02:00 PDT
phoenix_r

2009 May 13 • 902
17 ₧
kickin it oldsk00l awstatstylee? awsnap! Thanks for sharing. I'm not sure how I feel about googlestats. Part of me thinks it's awesome and part of me thinks google is a company and maybe I shouldn't just give them hella free data. Then again I use their products and want them to be better. Still, it kinda creeps me out.
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2011 Jun 9 at 16:16 PDT
SuperJer
Websiteman

2005 Mar 20 • 6299
If I had time I would probably try out piwik or Open Web Analytics.

Both of those look awesome and are free/open source.

AWStats is very stoneage-y and definitely designed by a psychopath.
 
 
2011 Jun 10 at 01:25 PDT — Ed. 2011 Jun 10 at 01:26 PDT
phoenix_r

2009 May 13 • 902
17 ₧
lol psychocode.

I'm in the processing of trying out OWA but it doesn't appear to be able to track user resolution from my brief research. I think you can track custom/open fields though so I guess I could always just code that myself. Install was a snap though, minimal effort invested. I plan to try Piwik soon as well, and I'll report back with my findings.
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2011 Jun 10 at 10:15 PDT
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