BBclone is a PHP Web counter on steroids which displays individual logs as well as aggregated data. It is a clone of Big Brother webstats, except that it is written in PHP and it relies only on flat files (no database needed). BBclone enables any Web site administrator to have a very precise view of who visit the website: OS, browser, date, referring page etc. Main features include reload resistance, hostname resolution, proxy workaround, and blacklist.
phpOpenTracker is a framework solution for the analysis of Web site traffic and visitor behaviour. It features a logging engine that, either invoked as a Web bug by an HTML image tag or embedded with two lines of code into your PHP application, logs each request to a Web site into a database. One installation can track an arbitrary number of Web sites. Through its API, you can easily access the gathered data and perform complex operations on it (for instance, the analysis of your visitors' click paths).
YAC (Yet Another Counter) is a Web counter and logger written in Perl. It counts only "real" visits, meaning that it increases the counter only if there was no request from the same IP within one hour, but logs every page hit. It has 3 output modes (graphic, text, quiet) and a configurable minimum number of digits displayed. To avoid corrupt data it uses flock() for all file operations.
Web Log Trends Analyzer provides a work-around for a "bug" in some popular commercial Log Analyzer products, which makes them unable to process multiple log files for overlapping periods of time. If you like your commercial Log Analyzer, and don't feel like upgrading just yet, this little Perl script will do the trick nicely. Simply specify a list of all your log files, and it will consolidate them into a single log file, sorted by time. The output log will work with your commercial Log Analyzer product without a hitch, allowing you to continue using it to generate reports.
Wusage is a Web server log analysis package that runs on virtually every operating system. It can read logs generated by nearly every type of Web server, including Apache, Microsoft IIS, WebStar, and many others. It measures the popularity and flow of your Web site, including unique visitors, referring sites, most popular browsers, top operating systems, accesses, visits and more. The statistics supplied provide valuable web site content and design information, as well as marketing and sales statistics. Because Wusage is so easy to use, it is perfect for schools, ISPs/Web hosting companies, large conglomerates, small businesses, and individual Web site owners.
Free Statistics records and views daily Web site page views (hits) for statistical tracking. It features a chart of daily page views totals displayed with bar graph, total for last x days, most hits in a day for last x days, average hits per day for last x days, and projected hits for today. The main benefits are that it keeps permanent log of daily hits while using very little MySQL space.