Webtrends Analytics 9 Adminstration Guide, November 2012
The library provides the following information resources:
Provides context-sensitive information and step-by-step guidance for common tasks, as well as definitions for each field on each window.
This guide provides complete information for using WebtrendsAdministration to set up and customize core operations such as data collection, analysis, report content and style, and visitor session tracking. It includes conceptual and procedural information about features such as custom reports, data filtering, scenario analysis, and Express Analysis; assistance with common administrative concerns such as job scheduling and table limiting; and reference information such as the WebtrendsQuery Parameter Reference.
This guide provides users who primarily use WebtrendsAnalytics Reports with the information they need to navigate, customize, save, and export reports and report data.
Users who only have View Reports permissions automatically use WebtrendsAnalytics Reports instead of WebtrendsAdministration. While they can view the reports, they may not have access to any of the other controls. We recommend distributing the WebtrendsAnalytics Reports User’s Guide to these users as a introduction to navigating Webtrendsreports and report data.
This guide includes information about using Visitor Data Mart for ad hoc data analysis, using WebtrendsExplore to analyze web business events by segment, and using WebtrendsScore to identify qualified users based on their web site actions. Webtrendsadministrators can also find information about installing, implementing and using WebtrendsVisitor Data Mart.
This guide includes information about using WebtrendsVisitor Intelligence for ad hoc data analysis, using WebtrendsExplore to analyze web business events by segment, and using WebtrendsScore to identify qualified users based on their web site actions. It also provides a detailed reference to Visitor Intelligence report data. Webtrendsadministrators can also find information about implementing and using WebtrendsVisitor Data Mart.
A guide to installing and using SmartView and configuring Webtrendsto work effectively with SmartView reporting.
A guide to using WebtrendsSmartReports with WebtrendsAnalytics reporting for powerful data integration and analysis in the Microsoft Excel environment.
Provides an overview of the Visitor Data Mart databases for experienced database administrators. This guide helps you understand the data in the Visitor Data Mart, giving you the foundation you need to use the data productively. It provides instructions for populating the Visitor Data Mart databases using WebtrendsAdministration and for viewing the data once it is available. It also describes how the databases are constructed and how that affects the function of the different types of data.
This guide provides conceptual, procedural, and referential information that allows experienced programmers to customize Webtrendsdata collection and reporting. It provides instructions for using the WebtrendsODBC Driver to query both the Visitor Data Mart and the Webtrends Analytics Report databases. It also includes documentation for the Active X, C, and Post Plug-Ins that can communicate with WebtrendsAnalytics.
This guide provides an introductory conceptual overview of web analytics, supplemented with examples, graphics, and practical worksheets to help you understand Webtrends architecture and create a strategy for customizing Webtrends Analytics for your key business metrics. Topics covered in this guide include collecting web activity data, understanding visitor behavior, filtering and analyzing your data, measuring acquisition, conversion, and retention, and integrating web analytics data with other business data.
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Click Customer Center in the upper right corner of the Webtrends banner.
From WebtrendsAnalytics Reports, click Help in the upper right corner of the report.
The Help opens in a new browser window. Click the envelope icon to send email to report a bug, request a feature, or give general feedback about your user experience.
The WebtrendsDocumentation Center brings together a variety of materials and references to help you learn to use Webtrendsproducts more effectively. To access the Documentation Center, go to webtrends.com, click Expertise, then click Documentation Center.
The library uses consistent conventions to help you identify items throughout the documentation. The following table summarizes these conventions.
Window and menu items
Technical terms, when introduced
Book and CD-ROM titles
Variable names and values
File and folder names
Commands and code examples
Text you must type
Text (output) displayed in the command-line interface