@anonymous-matomo-user opened this Issue on August 12th 2012

According to our Piwik system, 100.5% of our visitors use the plugin "Cookies", i.e. have Cookies enabled. I don't know if it is a display or calculation error but a number greater than 100% seems slightly strange.

@anonymous-matomo-user commented on August 12th 2012

Attachment: Screenshot of the error
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@anonymous-matomo-user commented on August 12th 2012

Replying to TuXx:

According to our Piwik system, 100.5% of our visitors use the plugin "Cookies", i.e. have Cookies enabled. I don't know if it is a display or calculation error but a number greater than 100% seems slightly strange.

Addition: the error occures only if we choose more than one day as period of time

@robocoder commented on August 13th 2012 Contributor

See #2962. This was fixed in Piwik 1.8. Historical data is not truncated.

What version are you using?

@anonymous-matomo-user commented on August 13th 2012

Replying to vipsoft:

See #2962. This was fixed in Piwik 1.8. Historical data is not truncated.

What version are you using?

Piwik 1.8.2

@mattab commented on October 19th 2012 Member

Let's cap the % cookie use at 100% to be safe & not confusing.

@halfdan commented on October 23rd 2012 Member

The problem is in archiveNumericValuesGeneral in core/ArchiveProcessing/Period.php. The nb_uniq_visitors are handled separately here and not just simple summed up.

I had the same issue with my IPv6Usage plugin: When I processed periods, I simply summed up all IPv4 unique visits and IPv6 unique visits. The total number of IPv4+IPv6 unique visits was slightly bigger than nb_uniq_visitors for the same period. That resulted in >100% visits by protocol.

@mattab commented on November 24th 2012 Member

we cant replicate on the demo it works when looking at daily or weekly or date range report. Maybe it was fixed earlier.

This Issue was closed on November 24th 2012
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