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Is it possible, somehow, to load an apache log into Google Analytics for analysis? If not, are there other similar hosted web services available that can load historical data in the form of an apache log?

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You can't import historical data, but there is a Universal Analytics project in beta enabling you to use GA as your warehouse. Anyway, looks like Piwik has Apache2Piwik import scripts included in distro http://piwik.org/blog/2011/06/import-log-files-piwik/ - you should try this one.

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You can't load logs into Google Analytics. The service isn't offered and the data types are different - Analytics collects data from the client side while Apache logs are server side.

To analyse Apache logs, there are a number of tools that you can operate yourself such as AWStats (on your server) or Apache Log Viewer (on the desktop). If you are really keen on a Web Application there are a couple of suggestions on this old SO question.

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