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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2007 4:07 pm    Post subject: Admin Panel -> Statistics Reply with quote
This is the statistician section of Feeds Observer. Here you can find various display formats of the statistics recorded for all your feeds.

Feeds Observer, records every incoming hit to each of your feeds. It can determine if the visitor is raw or unique. It can determine if the visitor is coming in from proxy. Feeds Observer records and the referring urls from which your visitors came in. Script can track and every single click made from your feeds.

At the very top of the Statistics section there are two dropdowns. Period refers to statistics from what period will be displayed. Feeds refers to statistics for what feeds will be displayed. You can easily change those values to the ones you want!

The graphical chart Traffic Summary displays graphical representation of your tracked traffic for the selected period. The horizontal axis represents the days of the months, the vertical axis represents the traffic values. It displays information about the Raws and Unique hits, and the Clicks. If you mouseover over any of the bars the exact numerical value will be displayed. If you click on any day number at the horizontal axis at the bottom of the chart, a new window will be opened, displaying the referring URLs for that period.

The statistics table below the graphical chart displays the same statistical data, with more details, but formatted in a table, so if you are confused with the graphical chart you can look for your statistics in here.
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