How to install eAnalytics using the eAnalytics Debian Package 0.9.2.1 for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.The complete web controlling system - containing front end-, database-, pre-processing components and page tagging server - is being installed in only a few steps. The tutorial shows how to check if the system work correctly as well. This describes the single server installation that is suitable for websites with up to 5m page views per month. Everyone with more page views can install the different components on different servers and boost the performance.
An new version of the open source web analytics tool eAnalytics is available for download. The new version offers a couple of new exciting features and includes a couple of bug fixes.
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eAnalytics is the best ranked web analytic tool without license fees in the IdealObserver ranking, which is an independent ranking.
Now, two months and one week since the launch of the open source solution for web analytics – eAnalytics – it is time to make a short review about the last 2 months.
One of the most frequently asked questions at the dmexco (the digital marketing exposition and conference) in Cologne was: What is the main difference to Piwik or Google Analytics?This post summarizes a few features which describe the difference from eAnalytics to other non commercial products for web analytics.
The digital marketing exposition and conference is over and we are very satisfied because our expectations were over surpassed.A record of 19.300 visitors visited the dmexco in the last 2 days. And a lot of them found the way to the eAnalytics stand in Hall 8, which was not as big in relation to our commercial competitors.The eAnalytics team had a lot of interesting talks and discussions. We are very proud that the feedback on eAnalytics of all visitors was positive. A lot of visitors were enthusiastic about this open source solution and about the web front end. We get new inspirations...