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Access and Usage Statistics
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Select the timeframe:
Today
Yesterday
Last 7 Days
Last 30 Days
Go
Days
Weeks
Months
Dashboard
Pages
Edits
Images
Downloads
Incoming Links
New Incoming Links
Outgoing Links
External Search Phrases
External Search Words
Internal Search Phrases
Internal Search Words
Search Engines
Browsers
Operating Systems
Countries
Screen Size
Browser Viewport
Seen Users
Growth History
Top Users
Top Editors
Top Groups
Top Editing Groups
(Content)
(Users and Groups)
(Links)
(Search)
(Technology)
<strong>%s</strong> requests caused <strong>%s</strong> traffic.
This page gives you a quick overview on what has happened in your wiki during the chosen timeframe.<br />For detailed insights and graphs pick a topic from the Table of Contents.
These are the wiki pages most viewed in the selected timeframe – your top content.
These are the wiki pages most edited in the selected timeframe – this is where the current activity takes place.
These are the top most displayed local images in your wiki. The third column shows the total amount of bytes transferred for each item.
These are the top most downloaded local media items in your wiki. The third column shows the total amount of bytes transferred for each item.
Of all <strong>%d</strong> external visits, <strong>%d</strong> (<strong>%.1f%%</strong>) were direct (or bookmarked) accesses, <strong>%d</strong> (<strong>%.1f%%</strong>) came from search engines and <strong>%d</strong> (<strong>%.1f%%</strong>) were referred through links from other pages.<br />These other pages are listed below.
The following incoming links where first logged in the selected timeframe and have never been seen before.
These are the most clicked on links to external sites in your wiki.
The following search engines were used by users to find your wiki.
These are the exact phrases people used to search when they found your wiki.
These are the most common words people used to search when they found your wiki.
These are the exact phrases people used to search inside your wiki.
These are the most common words people used to search inside your wiki.
Here are the most popular browsers used by your users.
Here are the most popular platforms used by your users.
This is where your users come from. Note that resolving IP addresses to countries is error prone and no exact science.
This page gives you some info about the screen size (resolution) of your users. This is how much screen estate they have, not how much of that is available to the browser's display area. For the latter see the Browser Viewport page. All values are rounded to 100 pixels, the graph shows the top 100 values only.
These are the area sizes that your users' browsers have available for rendering your wiki. All values are rounded to 100 pixels, the graph shows the top 100 values only.
This is a list of when users have been last seen in the Wiki ordered by last seen date. This is independent of the selected time frame.
These graphs give you an idea on how your wiki grew over the given timeframe in relation to number of entries and size. Please note that this graph requires a timeframe of multiple days at least.
This page shows which of your logged in users browsed the most pages in your wiki in the selected timeframe.
This page shows which of your logged in users did the most edits in the seleced timeframe.
These are the groups of the logged in users that browsed the most pages in your wiki in the selected timeframe. Note: when a user is member of multiple groups, all her groups are counted.
These are the groups of the logged in users that did the mst edits in the selected timeframe. Note: when a user is member of multiple groups, all her groups are counted.
<strong>%d</strong> Page Views
<strong>%d</strong> Visits (Sessions)
<strong>%d</strong> Unique Visitors
<strong>%d</strong> Logged in Users
<strong>%d</strong> User Logins
<strong>%s</strong> New Registrations
<strong>%d</strong> Current logged in Users
<strong>%.1f%%</strong> Bounces
<strong>%.2f</strong> Minutes Spent in an Avarage Session
<strong>%.2f</strong> Pages Viewed in an Avarage Session
<strong>%.1f%%</strong> New Visitors
Most Popular Pages
Top Incoming New Links
Top Search Phrases
Page Edits
Page Creations
Page Deletions
Page Views
Visits
Visitors
Pages
Pagessize (MB)
Media Items
Media Item Size (MB)
Your database server (DNS Name or IP Address)
Your database user
Password for above user
The database to use
A prefix for all tables
Comma separated list of user groups that should be logged. Empty for all.

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