Average visits per Weekday are displayed in a evolution graph for - last week (7 days from selected date) - last month (4 weeks from selected date) - last quarter (13 weeks from selected date) - last halfyear (26 weeks from selected date) - last year (52 weeks from selected date) Except for the last week, lines are drawn only, when at least 92.5% of data (!= 0) is available
Translated to - English - German
tested on Piwik 0.2.37 and 0.4
How to install - Download the attached zip-file - Unpack the zip file into the plugins directoy (piwik/plugins/) - Activate Weekday plugin on Settings->Plugins - Add a new Widget Weekday->Average visits per Weekday to your dashboard
Attachment: that's what the widget looks like Plugin_Weekday_preview.png
Attachment: Revealed code instead of the graph weekday.jpg
Hallo, I have tried to implement this plugin in version and it reveals the code of the plugin instead of the graph. Does anyone know how to fix this?
this code problem can be solved with changing the first line in the Controller.php of this plugin from <? to <?php
Am getting the following error when selecting the widget:
Piwik # web analytics
Date format must be: YYYY-MM-DD, or 'today' or 'yesterday' or any keyword supported by the strtotime function (see http://php.net/strtotime for more information)
Can the plugin not adjust to my locally set date format?
Ich wrde das PLugin auch gern mal testen, aber wie vor mir schon geschrieben wurde:
Das Datumsformat muss YYYY-MM-DD, or 'today' or 'yesterday' oder eine andere, von der Funktion strtotime untersttzte Zeichenkette sein. (Besuchen Sie http://php.net/strtotime fr nhere Informationen)
What can i do (without php-know-how)?
Replying to oputz: The solution is: don't choose a day-range. Only today, weekly, monthly and yearly works like it should.
Thank you for building this plugin. now the feature is included in core as per 1.8.3: http://piwik.org/blog/2012/08/new-piwik-release-v1-8-3-features-overview-w-screenshots/