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Open source web analytics framework with built in support for MediaWiki and WordPress. Built to take the pain away from repeatedly implementing web analytics for every website.
The main goal of the project is to create a distributed generic system collecting and storing various runtime metrics collections used for system performance, health, quality and availability monitoring purposes. The system also provides a set of data-mining algorithms useful for further performance ... [More]
Long term goal: Calculate not commonly available portfolio metrics such as sharpe ratio, peg ratio; enable monte carlo simulation
bafflegate offers a simple object-oriented PHP library for aggregating visitor data. It is loosely inspired by pphlogger and the abandoned pphlogger3. next milestonebafflegate is currently in version 0 development -- meaning it is just getting started. At this stage, I'll be designing the ... [More]
GuanooGuanoo is a collection of web data collection and analytics services written in Perl and other scripting languages. It runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Solaris with MySQL databases. It would be possible to run it on Windows with minor modifications. X PerformThe first part of the Guanoo system is ... [More]
apache-response-time is a performance analysis tool for the apache web server. It's primary focus is on script response time. One approach to improving web site performance is for a different developer to improve one of the slowest scripts everyday. apache-response-time is ideally suited for ... [More]
Mongoste (Mongo STats Engine) is the initial draft of a some-kind-general statistical/analytical engine. The first engine targets the MongoDB database that gives its initial code name althought the core name is Mongoose.
linux-metrics is a Python package containing modules for getting OS metrics on systems running the Linux (2.6+) kernel. It is a pure python library with no external dependencies.
Little Software Stats will be the first free and open source program that will allow software developers to keep track of how their software is being used. It will be coded in PHP/MySQL which will be able to run on most web servers. * Works with any web server that supports MySQL and PHP * ... [More]