- Alexa Web Search
See how popular a web site is, also displays the trend
Alexa provides information about websites including Top Sites,Internet Traffic Stats and Metrics, Related Links, Online Reviews Contact Informationand Search Analytics for SEM and SEO optimization. The Alexa Toolbar is a browser add-onthat shows data about sites as you surf the web
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- Statsaholic - Get Your Alexa Traffic Graph Fix Here
Compare Alexa graphs for up to 5 different domains
Statsaholic blends website traffic graphs with a lightweight ajax interface. View website statistics for up to 3 domains at once.
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- A Simple Dojo Charting Example
- Ajaxian » Ajax Charting System
If you’ve been scouring the web looking for a pure Ajax charting solution, you might want to check out this offering from WebFX, a simple, free, easy to use charting system with multiple chart types included.
Frontend to RRDTool, sets up datasources, gathers data and displays graphs
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- Create dynamic graphs and charts using Dojo
- Customizing charts using Dojo
In this article, learn to customize the Dojo 1.5 (see Resources) data visualization library called dojox.charting. Explore the basic customizations of Dojo charting, such as plot customization and axis customization. This article also covers the advanced parameters used for chart customization, such as ticks, gradient, and zooming
- RRD TOOL
A companion to MRTG for generating system resource usage reports and graphs, monitoring
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- RRDtool - Computing amount of data transfered
RRDtool stores rates during time intervals. Sometimes you do not want to know the rate (how many bytes per second), you just want to know the total amount of bytes. This can be done, no problem. Please make sure you understand how RRDtool normalizes and consolidates its data. This is explained on my RRDtool - Rates, normalizing and consolidating page. That page already covers most of what you need to know about this subject. You are expected to know its contents in order to understand this page.
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