Support » Plugin: Slimstat Analytics » Need help with some filtering features

  • Resolved berserk77

    (@berserk77)


    Hello camu,

    I wanted your help on below ones regarding slimstat reports –

    1] Is there any way to check all activity between a specific time interval For Ex. all activity between 9.00am to 9.30am which will show all ips and pages visited by them ,etc…details in that time period ?

    2] Is there a way to find out which ips stays for longest period on the website

    3] Any way to arrange reports such that it displays reports as per ip address and all pages viewed by them in a specified time interval …..
    Ex. ip 1
    – page 1 , time
    – page 3 , time
    – page 4 , time

    ip 2
    – page 3 , time
    – page 2 , time
    – page 8 , time

    ip 3
    – page 2 , time
    – page 3 , time
    – page 5 , time

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-slimstat/

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  • Plugin Author Jason Crouse

    (@coolmann)

    Hi there!

    1) right now the finest granularity allowed by our filters is by day, not by hour. Adding a new field for time granularity shouldn’t be too hard, I will add it to our todo list 🙂

    2) & 3) Those two requests can be implemented as a custom report, yes. Please keep in mind that tracking “how long a given IP stayed on the site” is somewhat tricky, because HTTP is a stateless protocol, and as such it doesn’t allow the server to know if a visitor is still there on the other end. We’ve implemented “ping” add-ons for some clients of ours, that generate a heartbeat signal every X seconds, to improve stats accuracy. This however increases the amount of traffic that your server will have to handle.

    Best,
    Camu

    Thanks camu 🙂

    Plugin Author Jason Crouse

    (@coolmann)

    Version 3.8 will introduce a much more granular date/time filtering system. We hope you’ll appreciate it!

    Awesome 😀

    If possible can u also add multiple permalink filtering

    For Ex, We wanna check the ips who visited say posts 1,2,3 and 10
    so we apply those permalinks using the filter option …and get the result
    Currently only 1 permalink can be applied as a filter …

    Plugin Author Jason Crouse

    (@coolmann)

    That’s already possible by using the REGEX operator 😉

    http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.1/en/regexp.html

    You could separate them with a pipe sign | in order to get stats for your subset of pages.

    About the regex operator as u told above , i tried words from 2 permalinks separating them with pipe sign but slimstat shows nothing For it Here is an ss of it – http://prntscr.com/534k7p

    there are ips who have viewed both these permalinks . Idk if i am doing something wrong , plz help me camu

    Plugin Author Jason Crouse

    (@coolmann)

    Sorry, I wasn’t clear in my previous instructions. Don’t use “contains” but MATCHES for operator. That will enable regular expressions in your value. Also, you may want to avoid empty spaces between words and the pipe character 🙂

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