Webtrends logs

Does anyone know if the Webtrends logs are portable?  Could I import them to another product such as Sitetracker or Google Urchin?  The reason I am asking is because we may be moving to another web analytic software provider.  

OSAITAsked:
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sitecreationsCommented:
do you have the raw logfiles from the server or only the "meta-logs" that webtrends creates FROM the raw logs?
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OSAITAuthor Commented:
We have all of the raw files.      
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sitecreationsCommented:
I think that both of these are script-based analytics tools... as far as I know there is no way to move these.  Most of these formats are proprietary.  I would call the vendors.   If you have the raw logfiles, you can move to a log-file based analytics software, however.  It seems to me that may be your only option for your historic data.
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