@anonymous-piwik-user opened this issue on July 28th 2011

[[Image(http://bergpalm.dk/trails.png)]]

Each page is represented by a circle. The larger the circle the more hits that page have. The more red the circle the more % of visits ended there.

Traffic from one page to another is represented by an arrow. The larger and less opaque the arrow is the more traffic it represents.

You can pan around by dragging, and use mousewheel for zoom.

This was released very early in dev (release early, release often), so it's pretty bare-bones right now. Installation is easy: just drop the Trails folder in piwik/plugins

Keywords: Actions, Visualization, Overview, third-party-plugin

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 28th 2011

Attachment: Trails.zip

@ao1977 commented on January 1st 2013

Attachment: Fixed Controller.php Controller.php.zip

@mattab commented on July 31st 2011

It's an interesting idea for a plugin. In its current form, the plugin selects ALL data from the log table, which will definitely not work on a standard Piwik server. Such reports are interesting but the problem is that they are often too long / costly to process. Good job anyway :)

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on July 11th 2012

Tried installing it: - Uploaded the folder to server. - Activated it in Piwik plugins settings

Where should this show up? I can't see any new reports on my installation..

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on August 16th 2012

Replying to alejaaandro:

Tried installing it: - Uploaded the folder to server. - Activated it in Piwik plugins settings

Where should this show up? I can't see any new reports on my installation..

You can find a new option here: Actions => Trails!

;)

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on December 22nd 2012

looks like a nice idea.

And it doesn't seem to care about the selected day/date range (as mentioned above).

I get a bunch of error's (actually not errors but notices) though.

Notice: Undefined index: 0 in plugins/Trails/Controller.php on line 48 Notice: Undefined index: 0 in plugins/Trails/Controller.php on line 59 Notice: Undefined index: 0 in plugins/Trails/Controller.php on line 62 But shows up/works anyway. EDIT: i checked the table and saw some records with idaction_url = 0. I deleted them and don't get any mote notices.

@ao1977 commented on January 1st 2013

Hi there,

I fixed some issues in Controller.php which I attached above.

Changes: - optimized SQL + runtime: JOIN to actions table (instead of fetching all datasets before), grouping by edge - limited result to top 30 edges to prevent memory issues and the trails map getting way too detailes / large - limited result to selected date range - "clean" variable initialization, optimized memory usage (i.e. by reducing array sizes after usage)

Now the plugin works fine with Piwik 1.9.2

@anonymous-piwik-user commented on January 11th 2013

Are there any requirements to fulfill on the server? I installed it, enabled it, and it shows up, but when I click it, I only get the controll panel in the lower right corner; no graphic. Yes, I allready do have records in the DB. I cannot find an error in the logs of the webserver, too.

@mattab commented on February 6th 2014

Along with the Piwik 2.0 release and new design for Piwik, we have also launched the official Plugins Marketplace to let any developer share their work to the thousands of Piwik users worldwide.

Maybe you'd like to publish your plugin there?

In any case, keep up the good work and we hope you enjoy Piwik 2!

This issue was closed on February 6th 2014
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