As about 80% of the visitors discover your website through a Japanese search engine,
it is very important to know exactly which keyword your visitors have typed
before getting to your Japanese site. Unfortunately, most of the web log analyzers tools
of western origin are unable to extract and display correctly Japanese keywords,
while the stats programs of Japanese origin are difficult to use for foreigners.
In order to make up this deficiency, we have just released a bilingual Japanese site stats program,
i.e. all the commands and legends are in English excepting for Japanese keywords and titles.
This stats program should be greatly useful to foreign webmasters who should own only a rudimentary Japanese
If your Windows are unable to display Japanese characters,
you may have to install them from "regional setting" on "control panel" or purchase a commercial add-on such as
User manual of the web log analyzer
"List" displays individual access records while "Graphics" gives a graphic
synthesis of site traffics.
4 push buttons, "First", "Back", "Next" and "Last" allow you to move in a time frame while
a check button "Increase" modifies the direction of ordering. When checked, the oldest record appears at the top.
List individual records
By clicking on "List" button, you can display the property of each access
record, which includes access time and date,
title and url of the observed page, ip of the visitor, search engine's name and
searched key words if any, and finally
url of the referrer on the next line.
View graphical synthesis
By clicking on "Graphics" button, you can get a synthesis view of site traffics through different graphics.
The bar chart shows the daily page views and the number of visitors.
You can move in the time frame by clicking one of the 4 buttons.
The pie chart shows the most searched keywords to find your web site.
The pie chart shows the usage of different search engines to find your web site.
The pie chart shows the number of different encoding methods used by the search engines.