C19: The Nineteenth Century Index

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The 'User friendly' statistics are displayed in tabular format, showing the statistics for each day of the requested date range. In the example below you can see that on 25 January there were 4 browser sessions, 69 searches, 3999 hits, 74 Records pages accessed, 4 searches retrieving no hits and no accesses denied.

Date Sessions Searches Hits Full records accessed Searches Returning No Hits Users denied access
26 Jan 2004 1 3 65 66 0 0
25 Jan 2004 4 69 3999 74 4 0
24 Jan 2004 6
49
394
0
42
0
23 Jan 2004 81 16
895116
2
0 0
         
Total 92 137 899574 142 46 0

You can copy and paste directly from the HTML table into most spreadsheet applications using the Windows CONTROL+C command. Applications such as Microsoft Excel should recognize columns and rows and preserve all information.

If there are no statistics logged for a particular date, a row of zeros will not display. The particular time segment will simply be omitted from the table. This is to avoid occupying unnecessary server space.