Category: Free web analytics software

Matomo (software)
Matomo, formerly Piwik (pronounced /ˈpiːwiːk/), is the most common free and open source web analytics application to track online visits to one or more websites and display reports on these visits for
Open Web Analytics
Open Web Analytics (OWA) is open-source web analytics software created by Peter Adams. OWA is written in PHP and uses a MySQL database, which makes it compatible for running with an AMP solution stack
Analog (program)
Analog is a free web log analysis computer program that runs under Windows, macOS, Linux, and most Unix-like operating systems. It was first released on June 21, 1995, by Stephen Turner as generic fre
The Webalizer is web log analysis software, which generates web pages of analysis, from access and usage logs. It is one of the most commonly used web server administration tools. It was initiated by
GoAccess is an open-source web analytics application for Unix-like operating systems. The application has both a text-based and a web application user interface. GoAccess can provide real-time analyti
AWStats (Advanced Web Statistics) is an open source Web analytics reporting tool, suitable for analyzing data from Internet services such as web, streaming media, mail, and FTP servers. AWStats parses
W3Perl is a free software logfile analyser, which can parse Web/FTP/Mail/CUPS/DHCP/SSH and Squid logfiles. Most major web logfile formats are supported (Web : CLF/ECLF/NECLF on Unix, IIS/W3C on Micros