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Easy, Open, Web Analytics.

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. 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.

For more information about OWA, it’s features, and how to install, visit the OWA Documentation Wiki or the Demo & Examples site.

Download OWA!

OWA can be downloaded as a tarball or by checking it out of it’s Subversion repository. If you would like to see a demo of OWA before you download, head over to the Demo & Examples site.

Download a Tarball

To download the latest releases of OWA, point your web browser at http://downloads.openwebanalytics.com or click the button below:

Download a Tarball

Subversion Access

Subversion access to the OWA source code is available at http://svn.openwebanalytics.com/owa.

For the latest code, tell your SVN client to:

svn co http://svn.openwebanalytics.com/owa/trunk

For a specific release of OWA, choose the release you want from the tags directory:

http://svn.openwebanalytics.com/owa/tags

Help and support for OWA is provided by it’s community of authors, users, and contributors. To get help take a look at one of the resources below.

Demo & Examples

You can find a full demo of OWA along with development examples over at the Demo & Examples site.

Documentation

The OWA wiki contains all end user and developer documentation. To access the wiki point your web browser at:

http://wiki.openwebanalytics.com

Support Forums

The OWA support forums are a great place to ask for help and get answers from other OWA users. Whether you are troubleshooting an installation or just have a quick question about how something works, you will definitely want to check out the forums. The forums can be accessed at:

http://forums.openwebanalytics.com

Mailing lists

The best way to get support is via one of OWA’s mailing lists. Click here for more information on how to subscribe to the OWA mailing lists.

Bug Reporting & Feature Requests

To report a bug, check the status of OWA development, or even to log a feature request, visit OWA’s tracking system at: http://trac.openwebanalytics.com.

IRC

If you need realtime support or are familiar enough with OWA to provide support to others, then join the #owa channel on IRC (freenode). There is usually an OWA guru or two hanging out there.

Below are some screenshots of OWA’s reports, tools, and visualizations. If you’d like to see a full demo of OWA, head on over to the Demo & Examples site.

1.0.3 Released

May 13th, 2007No Comments

Version 1.0.3 is now available. This release contains:

  • Re-design of most reports for readability and usability
  • Added a check for file system permissions before attempting to create OWA’s error log file
  • Fixed permission isue with Content tab

There are no schmea changes in this release.

To upgrade to this release, download the tarball and overwrite your old files with the new ones. SVN users can simply do an ‘svn up’ from trunk or the 1.0 branch.

1.0.2 Released

May 9th, 2007No Comments

Small release re-organizes the layout of the main dashboard page as well as new versus repeat visitor indicators.

1.0.1 Released

May 6th, 2007No Comments

This is a major re-write of the framework and is not upgradable from the latest Release candidate.

New features and changes in this version include:

  • Module system – can easily extend OWA by adding modules as well as plugins.
  • ORM Layer – OWA now uses an object relational mapping layer to access the data store.
  • Configuration has moved to the database so no more managing config files. A cache is in the works for this.
  • Google Maps integration – plot your visitors on a Google Map (API key required)
  • Google Earth Integration – now you can plot your visitors on Google Earth by outputing KML files.
  • Heat Maps – generate heat maps of where visitors are clicking on your web pages. Thanks toYvan at ClickHeat project for contributing.

1.0 RC4 Released

Jul 15th, 2006No Comments

1.0 RC4 has been released and is available from subversion. This release fixed many bugs and god willing will be the final release before 1.0.

v1.0 RC1 now available.

Jun 27th, 2006No Comments

I’m pleased to announce that Version 1.0 RC1 is available from the trunk in subversion. This release fixes multiple bugs and fills in most of the reporting framework that was missing in the last release.

Beta 1 almost ready

Feb 14th, 2006Comments Off

Beta 1 is almost ready for genral release. A ton of fixes have gone into svn for your persusal.

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