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Bitdeli provides a free badge that you can add to your READMEs in GitHub. It will give you access to the full request logs, which allows you to analyze who has been viewing your repositories.


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It's now a baked in feature under the GitHub Traffic section. You can now see detailed analytics data for repositories that you're an owner of or that you can push to. Just load up the graphs page for your particular repository and you'll see a new link to the traffic page. The old method used to be some hack like adding an image or similar web bug to ...


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If you own the website then Google Analytics is the way to go. If you don't own the website then it'll be a lot trickier. You can use something like Alexa ranks to track traffic generically, but that won't tell you anything about specific traffic. Or if you'd rather track the traffic you are sending to that page from your link I'd suggest linking to the ...


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TwitterCounter.com lets you see up to 6 months history of followers, following, and tweets. To see 6 months worth you have to tweet a message, but 3 months or less is available to see right away. Just sign in with twitter and search for a user and up it comes. Eg @spolsky:


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Why? The .NET version users have on their machines makes is immaterial. In fact whether they have .NET on their machine or not is immaterial. Any .NET code in your site is run server side not client side.


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githalytics provides some basic analytics. I don't think it would tell you about your traffic sources though.


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Typically this information is not provided by many startups. User count and activities are a direct measure of company value and during the initial stages of companies they will, typically, keep this information close to their chest (unless it's REALLY impressive). The best gauge you can use to find out info about websites and the people behind them would be ...


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See this question: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/427/what-are-the-best-user-data-collection-and-gathering-tracking-tools And you also check: Reinvigorate Observer


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


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Internet Explorer reports the version of .NET installed in its user agent string. If Google Analytics shows you the user agent strings for the browsers used to connect to your server, you should be able to verify the version of .NET. Some browsers allow users to change the user agent string used when connecting to web sites; you could think a user has ...


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If you have an iPhone, you could try the Ego app. It covers Google Analytics and Mint and a few other.


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Another alternative is self hosting. Piwik is quite well done and there is a really good development team around it.


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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 ...


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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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Facebook exposes analytics for pages with Page Insights. The Reach page (https://www.facebook.com/<pagename>/page_insights_reach) includes information about how many page views your page gets each day, and a list of external referrers.


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i think it is impossible now. Because if you want to use google analytics firstly you have to upload a specific-named file to your host. So google understand you and it stores your data. Google play is not your area, you only have profile. :)


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Unless twitter makes all the data available to the 3rd party, they will never know about changes that take place between the samples. For example: if the 3rd party gets the list of users on the first of the month, and compares it to the list on the first of the previous month they can determine the following: new followers followers that dropped. ...


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Twittercounter gives you the graph not only for followers but also for following and tweets.


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Make sure you are logged into your Google account that is linked to Google Analytics. Try accessing the page now. If that does not work try directly going to your Homepage by following this link: https://www.google.com/analytics/web/#home Hopefully this helps!


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http://keyhole.co is a tool we have built to track hashtags or any keywords over time in a nice visual dashboard. Keyhole.co shows results in realtime and give you the ability to export your data in xls or csv format. We've recently added the ability to track hastags for instagram and facebook aswell.


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There are several ways of doing this in code and 'not code'. I have documented a 'not code' approach using Yahoo Pipes here: Finding Common Terms around a Twitter Hashtag. The recipe I describe in that post goes something like this: grab a list of tweets around a search term using the Twitter search API tokenise each tweet to generate a list of words ...


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Alexa measures traffic in relative terms, not absolutes. The values mean Google.com's page views accounted for 4.834% of total page views of Google.com. The -0.6% indicates that there was a drop of 0.6% of page views in comparison to the previous day. Alexa doesn't measure page views in terms of visits per day - to get that information consider using ...


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Google Analytics collects data using javascript, which is typically not used by bots. In my experience, the visits from "unlikely" countries often come from Google Image Search and suchlike.


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As far as I know, no WebBot traffic should be showing in your GA data. Certainly the javascript DOES NOT consider server requests; javascript is purely client side and does not translate into what actually hits your server.


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What about FoxMetrics? FoxMetrics offers a comprehensive view of your website and activities in real time. Every action that occurs, every custom event that is fired off is shown in real time within your dashboard.


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Can't be done. You could try and compare days of the week across time spans. But, with your current information at hand, best you can do is export the analytics to Google Docs and then run old-fashioned filters to bring out the results based on what day of the week you want to compare against.


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I can't help you with the list of any “top” rating, but! This tool by Google gives you ability to see the amount of searches for any phrase. The default setting is so-called “broad” match data — so, if you key in recipe, you will see amount of searches for all queries that have “recipe” in them, in any form. It won't give you a rating, but it will show you ...


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At this time, you can't get at the actual user agent string data with Google Analytics, and GA does not yet break out .Net version info.



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