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There are some great web analytics tools in the internet (ClickTale, CrazyEgg, etc.). However, they only work if the site has access to the internet. I have an intranet site on a corporate network that can't access the internet and I'd like to run similar analytics (heatmaps, clicks, etc). Are there any self-host options? Preferably free.


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Check out Piwik -- open source, PHP/MySQL tool offering information and UI similar to Google Analytics.

They have a live demo as well.

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that's a good start. however, I need it to show clicks on a page (e.g. heatmaps or page stats). it doesn't seem like Piwik does this... – RussellZ Sep 1 '09 at 14:45
ah, true. No heatmaps – Doug Harris Sep 1 '09 at 15:26

Clickheat for heatmaps.

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Simple Mouse Tracking – Daniel Dec 10 '10 at 3:04
thanks - will try this – RussellZ Dec 11 '10 at 16:35

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