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Web stats tool that summarizes "Hours of the week"

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Looking for a free web stats tool that will summarize by hours of the week.  (e.g. aggregated for 08:00 Monday, 17:00 Friday, etc.)

All the ones I have looked at do hours of the day (for all days of the week combined) or days of the week (summed for the whole day).

Anyone happen to know of one that will report based on hour+day of week?
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Hi,

The worlds popular tool is Awstats which is used in window and linux both OS . ahoffmann already give you links about it.

Other is smarter stasts. IT is better then Awstats but its free for only for one website.
http://www.smartertools.com/Products/SmarterStats/Default.aspx


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Webalizer is a nice tool too for stats.  Check out www.webalizer.com, it's freeware and gives an awsome breakdown of stats.  I myself would reccommend Urchin or the Google Analytics (they bought urchin and set it up as a service).  It's a free service offered by google if you signup you will get an invatiation code when they are ready for you, http://analytics.google.com, it's real nice.

I hope this helps.
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