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I don't want to install them all in order to make myself an opinion. Does anyone have with these tools (or other) some good experience?
I'm looking for a tool which I only need to install once and that works on many websites located on different servers, and that works with logs analyse (meaning without having to put code on each page!).
Actually http://www.phpmyvisites.us is perfect for people who don't have access to the log files for example.
When I was student (three months ago ) We used a simple network analyzer, it called ethereal, but I think you don't search this kind of program . Well, if I use a web analysing, I use the webalizer. I search information about this program and I find very well opinions about this program.
I don't search any information about the other two programs