Apache2GDL is a Perl script that parses an Apache log file.
Version: 1.2Apache2GDL is a Perl script that parses an Apache log file and generates a directed graph of visitors' movement in GDL format for visualization with aiSee.
Operating System: Linux
It also allows you to pipe the graph directly through aiSee and get a mapped SVG or PNG image of the layout.
The generated images help you find out how people actually browse your site -- which paths they take to get from page A to page B, which paths are more popular than others, which pages get the most hits, and whether there are one-way paths and dead-end pages.
> gunzip apache2gdl.pl.gz
> chmod 755 apache2gdl.pl
> cat | apache2gdl.pl >
> cat /var/log/absint_com_2004_access.log |
apache2gdl.pl absint.com/aisee/download >
What's New in This Release:
· This release works around a PNG image mapping bug in aiSee.
· The list of search engine bots has been updated.
· HTTP requests containing (illegal) unmasked arrow brackets no longer cause corrupted SVG files to be produced.