WebLog Expert is a powerful access log analyzer. It will give you information about your site's visitors: activity statistics, accessed files, paths through the site, information about referring pages, search engines, browsers, operating systems, and more. The program produces easy-to-read HTML reports that include both text information (tables) and charts.
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- Filters in dynamic HTML reports
- Detailed reports on hits and visitors in dynamic HTML reports
- Export to PDF and CSV in dynamic HTML reports
- Support for weekly and monthly activity charts in dynamic HTML reports
- Support for custom Apache log formats
- Improved support for Amazon CloudFront logs
- Improved support for GoDaddy logs
- Recognition of real visitor host in the X-Forwarded-For field in IIS logs
- Custom tables support reporting of Windows errors (sc-win32-status field in IIS logs)
- Customizable error tables
- Minor improvements
Reviewing 6.4 Beta 1 (Mar 4, 2010)
Ummm, yeah, ever heard of cpanel?
Over priced crap!
Reviewing 6.2 Beta 1 (Oct 13, 2009)
Klaus, I agree with you completely. That's why you should definitely check out Web Log Storming. It's also a log analyzer, but with a twist: you can interactively browse through stats and dig out pretty much anything that you can imagine.
Reviewing 5.8 Beta 1 (Mar 21, 2009)
There used to be a time that this was a great package. Fast and provided basic statistics. But it now has forgotten to evole and still only provides basic functionality which doesn't justify its price. Google Analytics can do so much more and give real insight on what is happening on your website. WLE just provides some graphs and statistics and getting meaningful information out of it is just about impossible.
Reviewing 5.1 Beta 1 (Dec 17, 2007)
I had WebTrends on one of my servers. I wanted to upgrade, but they were too costly. Weblog Expert gives me the same results with a very reasonable price. I can automate the analysis, which is very helpful for my stakeholders. Recommended.
Reviewing 4.1 Beta 2 (Apr 5, 2007)
I've used WebLog expert in the past and I think it's a great tool for the money.
As for it looking like so many other products. Have you ever seen the output from WebTrends? They all pretty much generate the same information in very closely the same way.
Probably because one of the big guys (like WebTrends) does it this way and they want people to be familiar with the data.
Plus - the ribbon graphs are fairly plain - something you can do easily in Excel and most graphic packages throw that in.
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