@robocoder opened this Issue on November 28th 2009 Contributor


  • number of websites tracked
  • number of pages viewed
  • number of downloads

These would be difficult to aggregate because unique visitors are site specific. Maybe a weighted sum could be used? Relative proportions of:

  • browser market share
  • operating systems
  • plugins
  • visitors by country
@mattab commented on December 8th 2009 Member

This would indeed be a great feature.
I would also include number of visits, search engine market share, all the reports under Visitors > Settings.

We could also have the Piwik administrators specify a Category for their website which would allow to give breakdown of these metrics by website category.

The reports could be available on the piwik.org website in a "Internet Report" page that would lists the number of opted in websites being tracked, total traffic, and the various available reports. I think we should build this as a plugin installed on piwik.org/demo that would receive all the opted in metrics and build the aggregated reports.

If anybody is keen to build this, please shout :) This sounds like a very interesting data intensive project.

@mattab commented on December 27th 2010 Member

Data we could also share

  • Visits per month
  • Page views per month
  • New visitors per month
  • Average time spent on site
  • Average time spent per page
  • Average page views per visit
  • Percentage of direct requests
  • Percentage of visits from search engines
  • Percentage of visits from sites
@mattab commented on April 15th 2014 Member

see also #4589 Use Piwik to track how Piwik is used! Share data publicly with community

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