- If you want a poster of the output of Pathalizer, use the 'poster' tool. With the command poster wiki-access.logs.ps -p3x3A4, I generated this poster.
- the Webalizer - very well-known and scalable web server log file analysis. Geared towards webserver usage more than site usage.
I think it'd be good if open-source programs would link to each other more, making clear how a certain
program fills a niche not covered by other programs, and aiding a user to easily find alternatives to
make a good choice. So here goes:
- where pathalizer shows you what paths your users actually take, the PHP Traverser (among other things) looks at your directory structure to see where your users could go.
- visitors, also using Graphviz
- apache2dot is a more lightweigt but also less powerful application like Pathalizer, which also uses Graphviz.
- hypKNOWsys seems over-engineered, but interesting
I found out about these apps early 2005, long after much of Pathalizer was in place. There's no IP theft here :)
Pathalizer is listed in the Webmaster Tool Collection
- weblogexpert generates a lot of data, but the path analysis is limited
- SawMill a lot of data, represents paths as a tree rather than a graph. Not as insightful as Pathalizer imho.
- Advanced Log Analyser Even more crude.
- WebFlux, a French analyser in Flash. Looks nice and, well, flashy, but doesn't seem to work well here.