From turingart, branch of CUBiC:
TrendyMac is a GUI based analyzer for logfiles of webservers.
Using its interactive view, users may browse through generated reports, sort and filter results.
Since TrendyMac is a Mac application, it is easy to use. Default settings match most needs.
Logfile formats: Common, W3C, combined and NCSA
Exclude patterns allow to skip certain URLs [e.g. images]
Reports can be restricted to only some servers which are part of a log
Visitor [IP-address or domain-name]
Language settings of browsers [country and spoken language]
Browsers [Full detail or major browsers only]
AdWords referral report [by AdWords server domain and date]
Google spider reports [by Google domain and date]
Search queries of search engines
Requested pages (URLs)
Evaluates referring pages
Server result codes
Resolves visitor's IPs to names (FQDN)
Geo information of visitors: country, state and city (disabled this release)
Timely distribution of requests
Prints reports and create PDF reports.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. Not sure what these guys are smoking, but Euro 79 is too much for this app. Not to mention the bugs and errors pointed out in earlier posts. Register your site with Google Webalizer and you get all TrendyMac has to offer and much more... for free!
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. This is a tough app to evaluate because I can't tell what I'm evaluating - the demo is crippled but they don't say what exactly is crippled and what isn't. The geo information, which I really want, appears to be either not working or disabled. It says "yet not enabled" in the setup window - does that mean it's not supported or just disabled in the demo? The screen shot on their website looks very different from the 1.1.0 report window I'm seeing. The program is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors (yes, I know English is not their first language, but it's still really annoying, especially in a 70 dollar program). Sloppiness abounds - the version number doesn't even appear in the "About" window. On the other hand, the UI is generally very nice and slick, the program is fast and responsive, and the feature set is -apparently- fairly comprehensive, assuming the missing things are just crippled in the demo. The bottom line is that I'm not prepared to risk 70 Euros to find out.