__/ [Adam Risser] on Friday 14 October 2005 15:06 \__
> Hi Everybody,
> I have started working for a university and am looking for a free
> statistics program. The problem I have is not finding stat programs,
> but knowing what features are a "must have". What web statistics do
> you find most useful? I know statistics like browser, OS, and what
> search engine people are using are important, but what other statistics
> do you guys use that you find extremely helpful. I'm thinking along
> the lines of tracking the path a user takes to certain pages and such.
> The stat program I am looking at right now is AWstats.
> Any feedback is appreciated, Thanks!
It has just occurred to me that you intend to analyse a University Web site.
The following may be out of date (to say the least), but I read it some
months ago and it appears to be highly cited:
Hope it contributes,
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