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  • Reference Logger1.00 - Reference Logger is written to simply open up a standard reference log and print out only the lines that show hits from outside of your website. It also prints those hits as links, so you can just click to view the sites linking to you. If your server has a referer_log and it is located in the default directory, the script should work without any configuration.
    (Added: 12-Jan-1999 Hits: 196 Rating: 1.00 Votes: 1)
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  • Referer0 - This script goes through the referer_log file on your server and counts how many times your page is referred to by each URL. It then produces a table to be viewed from the web with a link to each URL that refers to you, how many times the link on that page has been followed to reach your page (since the referer_log was emptied) and the percentage of people coming from that particular page.
    (Added: 26-Nov-1998 Hits: 272 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
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  • Relax version 2.00 - Relax is a free reference log analysis program written in Perl, which can be used to analyse how people are finding your web site, what keywords they use in the search engines, and how they move within the site.
    (Added: 14-Nov-1998 Hits: 288 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
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  • TD's List Referrer0 - A simple referrer tracking script to see where your traffic is coming from on any web page that you define. The script saves the referrer information in a logfile that you can delete through a browser-based interface. This is good for analyzing a single page to see where your traffic is coming from.
    (Added: 4-Oct-1999 Hits: 139 Rating: 0 Votes: 0)
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