Pathalizer is a tool for visualizing the paths most users take when browsing a Web site. This information can be used to decide how to improve the navigation of the site, and for determining which parts are most worth improving and keeping up to date. It generates a directed, weighed graph from an Apache log, but could easily be modified to analyze any list of events.
|Tags||Internet Log Analysis Web|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: Multiple files are now also handled. Files compressed with gzip or bzip2 are processed transparently. Unifying pages can be done with POSIX regular expressions. Bugfixes were made. Almost 300MB worth of logs can be processed in under 5 minutes on a Duron 1GHz.
Release Notes: Among other minor fixes/enhancements, this version makes pathalizer more easily scriptable by adding more command-line options.
Release Notes: This release improves the wrapper script by allowing you to conveniently specify the desired output format (dot, ps, pdf, or png), what directory to put the generated files in, etc. It also adds native (not cygwin) support for Windows.
Release Notes: This version improves speed dramatically, adds Cygwin support, removes dependency on Perl, fixes a bug in seperation of sessions (sessions were merged where they shouldn've been merged and seperated where they shouldn't have been seperated), slightly improves the format of the configuration file, and chooses the thickness of the edges with more care.
No changes have been submitted for this release.