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WoodLog for YAWPS 1.0
WhoDidWhat 1.2
WebLog 2.20
WebGenie Site *Sleuth 1.07
W3Perl 2.98
Visitor Activity 1.0
Users Online Elite
Urchin 4.1
UF Prime 0.9
Traffic Source 1.0b
Traffic Log 1.0
Superstat 1.2
SunnyScript's MagicStatistics 2.0
StepWeb's Reciprocator 2.0
StatsPlus 1.5
Top Code
Analyse Spider 2.08
MegaStats 1
Superstat 1.2
UF Prime 0.9
Visitor Activity 1.0
A1 Statistics 1.9
SmartScript Advanced Logging Utility
A1-Statistics 1.0
aWebVisit 0.1.2
AWStats 3.0
WhoDidWhat 1.2
Reference Logger 1.5
Shtml.cgi Hit Counter 1.0
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This script tells you the who, when and how (browser and OS) of visitors to your YAWPS portal. Includes a neat GUI.

WhoDidWhat is our WWW statistics program. It reads log files generated by a web server and returns statistical information in either comma delimited text file format or HTML. It can also generate graphical plots for certain types of statistics.

WebLog is a comprehensive access log analysis tool that allows you to keep track of activity on your site by month, week, day and hour, to monitor total hits, bytes transferred and page views, and to keep track of your most popular pages. It can...

WebGenie Site *Sleuth is a useful program that tells you how many people visit your site each day, what time they logged in, where they come from and which search engine and key-phrases they used to find you. With this program you can build an...

W3Perl is a graphical stats package which displays lots of informations about visitors in a nice way. It includes referers, browsers, error log data and session, web structure and much more.

Track your visitor's web activity. See where they came from, what they looked at and when they did it in real time. It can also act as a basic hit counter.

This script tracks visitor paths through your site and plays an audio alert when someone enters your site. It keeps logfiles of visits that can be viewed from an admin section. Also includes a search function to find out how many hits came from...

Urchin ASAP is a fully functional, top-tier log analysis tool for servers hosting at least one website. Urchin's Site reports are created for every website on your server, and contain: summaries and averages (referrals, search engines, and...

An advanced tracker with plenty of stats, including date, IP, browser, referrer and current location. All info is collected by an image and JavaScript.

Traffic source will record referring URL stats. It includes stats graphs and a comprehensive control panel.

Meaningful web statistics without server logs or SSI. Traffic Log enables you to track hits and unique visitors, hits by page, and captures the entry page for each visitor.

Analyzes server access logs and generates an HTML report. Includes an hourly-breakdown graph of server usage. Saves hashes from parsed log file into metafile for quick regeneration.

Website traffic analysis software that provides detailed traffic statistics in a clear, understandable way to track the success of your website. It features web-based report creations, sending of reports via email, selectable date range, over 21...

Reciprocator compiles a list of referrers to a specific web page so you don't have to sift through server logs to find where visitors are coming from.

Makes a table style log that tells you the user's hit number, IP address, referer, and browser. Can also read most counter's hit logs, so that the log file and counter will have the same number!

This script allows you to see real-time viewing habits at your site. It will perform a quick DNS lookup of any visitor's IP address.

This program keeps track of where your visitors are going, which links they prefer and how many visit each link. It keeps a log file of IP referrers, data, time, link clicked and referring page, and features report generation by referring page,...

Logs all page and file hits. No need to change all the URLs on your pages.

A small utility script to watch search engine activity on your site.

Records visits by spiders, leeches, download accelerators and other bots.