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Yes, GitHub now allows you to find an overview of all recent activity in a repository. This would include: New/Closed Pull requests and Issues Number of authors who made commits during the period specified Number of commits made Number of files changed Number of lines added and removed List of top contributors to the repository It is possible to select ...


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You could use a URL shortener (such as bit.ly or goo.gl) to create a link to the Dropbox public link and get the stats from the URL shortener service.


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At present (February 2011) this is not possible to do in Dropbox. It is on the wish list though.


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It's probably best to keep them under one profile to enable you to track bounce rates and internal traffic between the sub domains easier. Take a look at Advanced Segments and filters for separating your data. There is also some more useful info here and here. Hope this helps.


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If you mean "checked out" in the CVS/Subversion/Mercurial/Git/etc. sense, then you can't. For the "who", checkouts are, by nature, anonymous unless the user explicitly chooses to request more privileges. As for the "how many", I'm not 100% certain on this, but if Google doesn't provide a clearly-obvious way to check how many checkout/clone/whatever ...


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Klout.com offers, as part of its measurement of how "influential" you are online, some Facebook stats such as # of likes and comments (total / per post). Disclaimer: Klout is quite limited with regards to Facebook (being more Twitter-oriented), and it seems a Twitter account is required to be able to use it at all. (But at least Klout proves that some ...


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Some things to keep in mind: Tracking subdomains, as referencing in links provided by Whitingx, is a different matter than tracking subdirectories within your website, and requires changes to your GA tracking code. Filtering for directories does not. Using the Advanced Segments method mentioned by Mozami will not necessarily isolate the subdirectory you ...


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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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Maybe this is not the most accurate data and I don't know if this is what you wanted, but you can check the Top Sites in Uruguay on Alexa.


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After playing around with a lot of the options the simplest solution that worked for me was actually quite easy using advanced segments. I will just list it here in case anyone else is looking for it. Click on Advanced Segments Create a custom segment From the dimensions, select "Page" Under condition, select "contains" Under the value field, add the ...


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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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If and when it is finally release, Xobni for Gmail promises to be an easier way of doing this. Their Outlook version has all kinds of statistics in it.


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mail-trends seems to correspond to what you want. You'll have to use Python and some other dependancies.


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The update check is sending a lot of information to wordpress.org, and that’s not always welcome. See ticket 16778 for a discussion.


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There is also the Account Activity, where you can see your entire Google monthly activity, including Gmail stats. For example, my most recent Account Activity report told me that I sent 5 percent more email than the previous month and received 3 percent more. Source. Google Account Activity creates monthly reports on your usage of Google products. ...


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It is not the primary goal of open source code hosting to track who or how many have checked out your code. You can offer your support and they will ask you. You can open an irc room e.g. on freenode and idle there and spread the word and they will come to talk with you. You will hear from the people who fork and improve your code. If you fel the need to ...


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As ssokolow mentions, Google doesn't currently provide any direct stats for SVN: http://code.google.com/p/support/issues/detail?id=231. However, comments for Google pages do suggest that you can use Google Analytics within projects to track views and downloads: zexspectrum, you can sign up for Google Analytics and then enter your Analytics account ...


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You can use the app called Wisdom. Get a unique view of your network through cool stats from you and your friends’ Facebook activity. You will be surprised by the results! With an interactive graphic display, find out who from your friends is the most active, most communicative, most popular and most cheerful. Easily identify who interacts ...


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No, I don't think so. I am an admin of an open, though small, group page on Facebook and I can't see that information.


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Mathematica could answer this with CityData: data=CityData["Alexandria"]; Table[{data[[i]],CityData[data[[i]],"Population"]},{i,1,Length[data]}] Giving the following output: { {{Alexandria,Alexandria,Egypt},4230569}, {{Alexandria,Virginia,UnitedStates},139966}, {{Alexandria,Piemonte,Italy},90446}, {{Alexandria,Kirovograd,Ukraine},88916}, ...


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GitHub now offers such graphs using the Pulse feature. By clicking on the left-most heartbeat icon of the repository you desire and setting the desired timeframe, you can see the number of issues created and resolved, though not in a graph manner, but in the form of a bar.


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This seems to be still working, and this is how I believe it is done: Sign into your Google Analytics account Click on Standard Reporting Click on Email BETA Enter your email address and Subject in their respective fields Click on the ", CSV" drop down menu to choose one report format Ensure Weekly is selected next to the Frequency label Click on your day ...


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I'm not sure about that site specifically, but a lot of the major news organisations/sports organisations use Opta Stats.


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There's a "Star" feature. It says people have starred it, but doesn't give any insight into who those people are. For a Google code project, this can be very useful. For example, if j...@ibm.com starred it, then it would shed some light on the audience, which is hardly an invasion of privacy, since they clicked the "Like" button. Google Analytics are ...


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You can also try Gmail Stats. I'll add other interesting graphs :)


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Try with Google Analytics


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we've just released a beta version of our Dropbox plugin for Orangedox which does lets you monitor the number of times your dropbox files have been downloaded. http://orangedox.com/dropbox Feedback would be greatly appreciated!


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There is no way to do this via a user interface in Facebook. You may have to look into the Facebook API and program a solution to tally everything.


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I think that the best option is Wolfram Alpha. Check it out at http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=facebook%20report :)



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