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I want to tracking of my php system and want to know what people do with my site (like google analytics but i will use for internal system) but I don't have any money to pay for WebTrends. My budget is no more than 500$.

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Seems like if you're alright with the external hits that the included javascript would create, you could use google analytics for this purpose without a lot of issues. – Kzqai Jul 13 '10 at 19:04
Try New Relic. – Alex Dec 27 '14 at 21:14

You can try Piwik, it is an open source analytics platform

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I don't know if it has the features you want but Clicky is a more fully-featured analytics tool than Google Analytics.

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To me, it seems like http://www.haveamint.com/ would be perfectly suited to your purpose.

Mint is an extensible, self-hosted web site analytics program. Its interface is an exercise > in simplicity. Visits, referrers, popular pages and searches can all be taken in at a glance > on Mint's flexible dashboard.

If that doesn't fit the bill, have a look at http://piwik.org/ as previously suggested, along with http://www.openwebanalytics.com/.

Even better - have a look at the Clicky Analytics competitor comparison table, which should give you a good idea of the features of these apps.

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Thanks a lot. I never hear Mint before. – DominixZ Jul 16 '10 at 12:38

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