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Standard Analysis Plugins for Website Analytics

The Standard Analysis Pack provides 40 advanced web analysis plugins and is included in Statbot Standard Edition.

This plugin library includes graph sets and HTML reports that provided essential web analysis features and form the foundation for user expansion and customization. This basic set of graph sets and HTML reports include server data ouput, top-level domains, frequent visitors, page and site elements, and raw server requests.

This plugin library also includes a basic set of automation capabilities that adds the ability to automatically schedule Profile updates, HTML report generation, launch web browsers and view HTML reports.
This Plugin Library
Includes 40 Plugins:

Graph Sets:
Data Output (3 Graphs)
Domains (3 Graphs)
Frequent Visitors (3 Graphs)
Page Impressions (3 Graphs)
Requests (4 Graphs)
Server Errors (3 Graphs)
Site Elements (3 Graphs)

HTML Reports:
Data Output (3 Reports)
Errors (3 Reports)
Internet Domains by Percentage
Page Impressions by Frequency
Requests (3 Reports)
Site Elements by Frequency
Visitors by Frequency

Automation Plugins:
Create a Profile
Create All Profiles
Update a Profile
Update All Profiles
View a Webpage


Data Output Graph Set

The Data Output graph set shows the amount of data being returned by the server in response to visitor requests.

This graph set is ideal for web designers, webmasters, and MIS/IT professionals that need to know the amount of data being delivered over the network by the server. This information can be used to determine if the current network connection is sufficient or if more bandwidth is required. This information can also be used to gauge and track download activity.

These three graphs plot the website data output over the past twelve months, the past four weeks, and the past seven days.

(click to enlarge)

Domains Graph Set

The Domains graph set shows which top-level domains are generating traffic to the website.

This graph set is designed for sales and marketing professionals, web designers, webmasters, and anyone else interested in understanding what top level domains visitors to their website are coming from.

These three graphs plot the top-level domain activity over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Frequent Visitors Graph Set

The Frequent Visitors graph set shows the top visitors to the website. The visitor's domain names or IP address is shown, along with the number of requests they've made to the website.

This graph set is one of our most popular. Sales and marketing professionals can use these graphs to see who the most active website visitors are, and to track visitors to the website from their competition, business partners, customers, and clients. Security professionals can use this graph set to look for suspected hacker activity.

These three graphs plot the most frequent website visitors over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Page Impressions Graph Set

The Page Impressions graph set show what webpages are the most popular with visitors to the website.

Another extremely popular graph set, these graphs can be used by sales and marketing professionals to determine what pages are good candidates for frequent updates, or for the placement of online advertising. Web designers and webmasters can use this graph set to discover which pages are good choices for speed and content optimization.

These three graphs plot the most popular webpages over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Requests Graph Set

The Requests graph set shows the number of basic HTTP requests made to the website.

Since a single HTML webpage can require dozens-to-hundreds of requests to be properly rendered, this HTML report displays the number of raw HTTP requests being served, which shows the base-level performance of the web server. Web designers, webmasters, and MIS/IT professionals can use these graphs to determine the overall health and performance of the website; they can also be utilized to track the time and duration of network failures. These graphs can also be used by security professionals to look for unusual website activity.

These four graphs plot HTTP requests over the past twelve months, the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the past 24 hours.

(click to enlarge)

Server Errors Graph Set

The Server Errors graph set shows the number and types of server errors that have occurred. These errors include those caused by visitors to the website (bad request, unauthorized, forbidden, not found) and those occurring on the server side (internal, not implemented, bad gateway, service unavailable).

This graph set will help web designers, webmaster, and MIS/IT professionals locate and correct a variety of client-side and server-side problems. This graph set can also be used to locate attempts to access password-protected content on the website.

These three graphs plot the server errors over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Site Elements Graph Set

The Site Elements graph set show which site elements (HTML pages, Java applets, GIF/JPEG/PNG images, etc.) are being accessed the most on the website.

This graph set is designed for web developers and webmasters and is used to determine which web components are the best candidates for compression or optimization. Optimizing these web components will help speed webpage rendering and accessability, especially for visitors connecting with a modem or those who have slower Internet access.

These three graphs plot the most accessed site elements over the past four weeks, the past seven days, and the current day.

(click to enlarge)

Data Output by Month, Week, Day HTML Report

The Data Output HTML report shows the amount of data being returned by the server in response to visitor requests. There are three versions of this report, where data output is reported on a monthly, weekly, or daily basis.

This HTML report is ideal for web designers, webmasters, and MIS/IT professionals that need to know the amount of data being delivered over the network by the server. This information can be used to determine if the current network connection is sufficient or if more bandwidth is required. This information can also be used to gauge and track download activity.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where data output is shown with it's associated numeric totals.

(click to view monthly online report)
(click to view weekly online report)
(click to view daily online report)

Errors by Month, Week, Day HTML Report

The Errors HTML report shows the number and types of server errors that have occurred. These errors include those caused by visitors to the website (bad request, unauthorized, forbidden, not found) and those occurring on the server side (internal, not implemented, bad gateway, service unavailable). There are three versions of this report, where errors are reported on a monthly, weekly, or daily basis.

This HTML report will help web designers, webmaster, and MIS/IT professionals locate and correct a variety of client-side and server-side problems. This graph set can also be used to locate attempts to access password-protected content on the website.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, and a summary section where the error types and numeric totals are shown.

(click to view monthly online report)
(click to view weekly online report)
(click to view daily online report)

Internet Domains by Percentage HTML Report

The Internet Domains by Percentage HTML report shows which top-level domains are generating traffic to the website.

This graph set is designed for sales and marketing professionals, web designers, webmasters, and anyone else interested in understanding what top level domains visitors to their website are coming from.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where top-level domains are shown with their associated percentages.

(click to view online report)

Page Impressions by Frequency HTML Report

The Page Impressions by Frequency HTML report shows what webpages are the most popular with visitors to the website.

An extremely popular HTML report, it can be used by sales and marketing professionals to determine what pages are good candidates for frequent updates or for the placement of online advertising. Web designers and webmasters can use this HTML report to discover which pages are good choices for speed and content optimization.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each webpage is shown with it's associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Requests by Month, Week, Day HTML Report

The Requests HTML report shows the number of basic HTTP requests made to the website.

Since a single HTML webpage can require dozens-to-hundreds of requests to be properly rendered, this HTML report displays the number of raw HTTP requests being served, which shows the base-level performance of the web server. Web designers, webmasters, and MIS/IT professionals can use these HTML reports to determine the overall health and performance of the website; they can also be utilized to track the time and duration of network failures. These HTML reports can also be used by security professionals to look for unusual website activity.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each time period is shown with it's associated raw HTTP totals.

(click to view monthly online report)
(click to view weekly online report)
(click to view daily online report)

Site Elements by Frequency HTML Report

The Site Elements by Frequency HTML report shows which site elements (HTML pages, Java applets, GIF/JPEG/PNG images, etc.) are being accessed the most on the website.

This HTML report is designed for web developers and webmasters and is used to determine which web components are the best candidates for compression or optimization. Optimizing these web components will help speed webpage rendering and accessability, especially for visitors connecting with a modem or those who have slower Internet access.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each site element is shown with it's associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Visitors by Frequency HTML Report

The Visitors by Frequency HTML report shows the top visitors to the website. The visitor's domain name or IP address is shown, along with the number of requests they've made to the website.

This HTML report is one of our most popular. Sales and marketing professionals can use it to see who the most active website visitors are, and to track visitors to the website from their competition, business partners, customers, and clients. Security professionals can use this HTML report to look for suspected hacker activity.

HTML reports can be configured to report for any time period or range, and will include a graphical chart, a description section, summary section, and a details section where each visitor is shown with their associated numeric totals, percentages, and first and last timestamps.

(click to view online report)

Create a Profile Automation Plugin

Automation plugins extend the capabilities of Stabot with new product features and functionality.

This plugin adds the ability to launch a website analaysis operation and create a single Profile report. The website analysis operation ignores any logfile optimization settings, and makes sure that all logfiles are processed from beginning to end.

The operation can be started manually by the user or added to Statbot's task scheduler and started automatically.

Create All Profiles Automation Plugin

Automation plugins extend the capabilities of Stabot with new product features and functionality.

This plugin adds the ability to launch a website analaysis operation and create reports for all existing Profiles. The website analysis operation ignores any logfile optimization settings, and makes sure that all logfiles are processed from beginning to end.

The operation can be started manually by the user or added to Statbot's task scheduler and started automatically.

Update a Profile Automation Plugin

Automation plugins extend the capabilities of Stabot with new product features and functionality.

This plugin adds the ability to launch a website analaysis operation and update a single Profile report. The website analysis operation only processes new logfile entries, dramatically cutting the time it takes to refresh a Profile and generate reports.

The operation can be started manually by the user or added to Statbot's task scheduler and started automatically.

Update All Profiles Automation Plugin

Automation plugins extend the capabilities of Stabot with new product features and functionality.

This plugin adds the ability to launch a website analaysis operation and update reports for all existing Profiles. The website analysis operation only processes new logfile entries, dramatically cutting the time it takes to refresh a Profile and generate reports.

The operation can be started manually by the user or added to Statbot's task scheduler and started automatically.

View a Webpage Automation Plugin

Automation plugins extend the capabilities of Stabot with new product features and functionality.

This plugin adds the ability to automatically launch the user's web browser and display any specified webpage, including a Profile's HTML report.

The operation can be started manually by the user or added to Statbot's task scheduler and started automatically.

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