If you are using Drupal to power your website you may be interested by the Piwik Integration for Drupal plugin.

This module automatically adds the Piwik tracking code to your Drupal website, as well as providing the following features:

  • Selectively track certain users, roles and pages
  • Monitor which files are downloaded from your pages
  • Cache the Piwik code on your local server for improved page loading times
  • Direct access to statistics in the reports section (D6+) using Piwik widgets and API

Screenshot Module activation

Piwik module settings in Drupal:

Access to simple reports from Drupal:

Example of a report in Drupal:

Thanks to the plugin team (and peter) for implementing new features!

More information about the Piwik Drupal plugin on the official drupal.org page

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Piwik is liberating web analytics by offering an open platform with built-in privacy. Piwik is used on more than 1 million websites worldwide and is translated in 53 languages. The Marketplace enables the community to create innovation in the world of web analytics. Roadmap - Get involved - Help & Support.

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