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With this admin panel you can do three things. - maintain the list of files which are currently using the quickstats syntax plugin, keeping it up-to-date; - make specific queries based on country, ip address, and Dokuwiki page names; - download the Maxmind GeoLiteCity.dat database into ''lib/plugins/quickstats/GEOIP/''; for this work you must set the ''geoip_local'' option to true in the Configuration Manager. For the maintenance panel, click on the **Update Quickstats Cache** button. For the Query panel, click on the **Query Data** button. These are toggles and will both open and close their respective windows. The **Query Info** button will re-open the Query Info panel which is displayed on first opening the Query Data panel and which can be closed with a button at the bottom of the Query Info panel. The **Download DB** button will attempt to download the Maxmind database. DokuWiki markup allowed
To save download time, ''quickstats'' attempts to download its table sorting scripts only if needed. For this purpose it keeps a cache file of pages which use the ''quickstats'' syntax and therefore use these scripts. This utility will prune away any files which are no longer being used for ''quickstats''. Clicking on the 'Delete' button will save your deletions to memory; clicking on 'Confirm Deletion' will remove them from the cache. There is no harm in removing a page from the cache file. If it contains ''quickstats'' syntax, it will be added to the cache file the next time the page is opened in the editor and either previewed or changed and saved. The change can simply be a new line. You can also add the page to the ''sorttable_ns'' list in the configuration editor. DokuWiki markup allowed
Quickstats
Delete
Reset
Confirm Deletions
Query Data
Update Quickstats Cache
Submit Query
Query How-To
IP
Page
Brief page query display
Select Month(s) from menu at left
Enter year below
Current month
Unique IPs
Page Accesses
Total
Quickstats pages
Date
IP/Page/Priority
Close How-To Window
Ignore secondary fields
Reset
Download DB
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Saved %s.
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When installing GeoLiteCity.dat in quickstats/GEOIP/, the "geoip_local" option must be set to true.
Click to view file
UserAgent
Select UserAgent
Country
Select Country
Search:
Year:
Browsers
Countries
Platforms
Browsers and User Agents 
Unique IP Addresses
Total unique ip addresses:&nbsp
Total Accesses for User Agents
Accesses
Number of pages accessed: 
Total number of countries: 
Total accesses: 
===== Queries ===== Queries can be about pages, IP addresses, Countries, or Browser/User Agents. ==== Rules ==== Queries are governed by the dominant or **priority** field. - Any priority with country set will match the priority field plus the country. - Page priority with both user agent and country set will match all three fields. - IP queries (i.e. ip priority) ignore all other fields and if an IP is included in a query where another field has priority, the IP address is ignored. You can choose to ignore all fields other than the priority field and then only the priority field will be searched. ==== Searches ==== The search functions are case-insensitive and will match partial strings as well as whole strings. So, for instance, if you search for ''wiki'' in the page search, it will return all pages which occur in the wiki namespace and any other pages which include wiki in their names. - **UserAgent Search:** This search is useful if a particular user agent does not show up on the drop-down menu. This can happen if a user agent string appears in a subversion but not in the major version string. A successful search will add whatever is found to the top of the drop-down menu so that you can then select it. - **Country Search: ** If a country does not appear in the list of countries, this will add it to the list so that you can then select it. If you enter a partial name, it will add all matches. For instance, if you enter 'isl', you will add a whole list of countries that have Island in their names - ** Page:** This will accept any whole or part of a page name and will return results for all matching values. ==== Dates ==== Dates are all confined to months within the same year. You can select multiple dates except for page priority. However, the page field can be included in a multi-date query where one of the other fields has priority. ==== Output ==== Queries will result in tables with the following columns for each of the months you select from the drop-down menu of months: |<''IP''>|''Month''|''Accesses''|''Pages''|<''Country''>|''User Agent''|''Search Terms''|''Name Spaces''|''Query String Names''|''Query String Values''| When you query a page, this data will be displayed for every IP address that has accessed the page. This can sometimes amount to a considerable amount of output, especially for IP addresses that are spiders and have accessed many pages on your wiki. The page column can often have a great many entries. Therefore, when you query a page, you have the option of displaying a ''brief'' format with the following columns: |''Month''|''Accesses''|''Country''|''User Agent''| In the case of output for page queries, there are two results for **accesses**. The one which appears in the header at the top of the output refers to the number of access for the page being queried. The accesses field in the table refers to the number of times the IP address has accessed the site. The columns in angle brackets will not appear in every table. The ''Country'' column will be excluded from Country queries. The ''IP'' column will appear in tables with ''User Agent'' and ''Country'' priority. ==== File Menu ==== There is a drop-down menu of files which are currently using the quickstats syntax. You can click on these an the page will pop up. This serves a two-fold purpose: \\ 1. They give you a convenient means of checking names and IP's which you might want to use in your queries. \\ 2. They enable you to keep all your work with quickstats in the admin panel, giving you immediate access to any charts you may have created with the quickstats syntax plugin. ==== Execution Time ==== If your query times out, you see a "timed out" message. If your server is not set to safemode for PHP scripts, you can increase the maxiumum execution time with the ''max_exec_time'' option in the quickstats section of the Configuration Manager. This option is set by default to 60 seconds. If your server is set to safemode and you have permission to make changes to php.ini, then you can reset the ''max_execution_time'' value in php.ini. The value in php.ini usually defaults to 30 seconds. In the case of long searches, the timer icon may continue displaying after the timeout period has been exceeded, but the processing has actually stopped and the result will eventually display showing that the maximum timeout had been exceeded. ---- **Notes** \\ 1. The User Agent will be a browser or the name of a spider, search engine robot, or crawler.\\ 2. The ''Accesses'' column always refers to the number of times the IP address has accessed pages on your wiki. When you request data about a page or group of pages, the header for each page will indicate the number of times the page itself has been accessed. DokuWiki markup allowed
Comma separated list of ip addresses that should not be counted in statistics
Comma separated list of nuisance ip addresses that should not be given access to the site
Maxmind GeoLiteCity.dat will be found in the quickstats dir: quickstats/GEOIP
Maxmind GeoLiteCity.dat directory; quickstats will look here if geoip_local (i.e. quickstats/GEOIP) is not selected
Use the web-based geoPlugin for IP geo-locating (defaults to true); with this set to true GeoLIteCity.dat is not needed
Maximum number of characters when displaying long names, set to -1 for unlimited
Show date of last page access with mouseover
In IP table, show country of IP address with mouseover. This will work only when "geoplugin" is set to false
Comma separated list of whole or partial namespaces and file names which require sortable output
Comma separated list of query string name/value pairs which should be excluded from stats
Maximum number of seconds for which to run queries in quickstats admin panel
Rebuild Unique IP array
If the pages which display your statistics are partially cut off because of the space required for a side bar, and if the sidebar is set in the cofiguration manager, you may hide the sidebar. Place the pages which display the quickstats statistics in its own namespace; then enter the name of that namespace here and the sidebar will be hidden while displaying your stats. Avoid the namespace 'quickstats'.
Delay final processing until after pages are loaded. This may result in smoother, faster loading of pages and templates

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