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Open Web Analytics

Overview
Synopsis

Open Web Analytics (OWA) is open source web analytics software that you can use to track and analyze how people use your websites and applications.

Category

Web Analytics Software Free

Features

•Tracking/Reporting.
•Development.
•Deployment.
•WordPress Specific Features.
•MediaWiki Specific Features.

License

Proprietary

Price

Free

Pricing

Subscription

Free Trial

Available

Users Size

Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)

Company

Open Web Analytics

What is best?

•Tracking/Reporting.
•Development.
•Deployment.
•WordPress Specific Features.
•MediaWiki Specific Features.

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Ease of use
7.7
7.0
Features & Functionality
7.8
8.8
Advanced Features
7.6
6.5
Integration
7.6
8.9
Performance
7.8
7.7
Training
8.7
Customer Support
7.7
9.5
Implementation
6.3
Renew & Recommend
5.0
Bottom Line

OWA is licensed under GPL and provides website owners and developers with easy ways to add web analytics to their sites using simple Javascript, PHP, or REST based APIs.

7.7
Editor Rating
7.6
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Open Web Analytics (OWA) is an open source web analytics framework written in PHP. OWA was born out of the need for an open source framework that could be used to easily add web analytics features to web sites and applications. OWA can track and analyze how people use websites and applications. OWA is licensed under GPL and provides website owners and developers with easy ways to add web analytics to their sites using simple Javascript, PHP, or REST based APIs. OWA also comes with built-in support for tracking websites made with popular content management frameworks such as WordPress and MediaWiki. OWA can Plugin framework for authentication, database access objects, data validation, and geo-location. OWA supports Object Relational Mapping layer, Lite templating layer and Event handlers. OWA also supports Events which can be written to the database asynchronously and Event Logging and admin/reporting user interface can run on the same or separate servers. OWA can run on multiple front end web servers and write to a remote database. OWA has the ability to track visitors by WordPress user name or e-mail address they use in comments, track all WordPress Page Types (Posts, Pages, Authors, Archives, Categories, etc.), track the number of comments made by visit, support Reporting accessible via Admin Dashboard and track subscribers to RSS/Atom feeds. OWA can also track article, category and special pages, track all visitors by user name and email address.

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