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Site Visitor Statistics

Admissions First Quarter 2014
An attempt at analysing who is visiting USD’s admissions page. Visitors who came to the admissions page from the admissions page are filtered out of the analysis, in the hopes of getting each visit only once. Visitors using browsers that fail to give referral information may be counted more than once per visit, however.
USD Web Site First Quarter 2014
The entire USD web site www.sandiego.edu, with personal pages (those beginning with ‘~’) filtered out. All ‘htdig’ browsers have also been filtered out, as this is the name of the software that we use to index our web pages. Referrals from within USD are kept for the analysis, but not listed in the referral report.
Admissions (March 2014)
Admissions web page visits from March 2014, with the same restrictions as above.
USD Web Site (March 2014)
Visitor analysis from March 2014, with the same restrictions as above.
Where do people go from USD’s Home Page? (March 2014)
Analysis of where visitors went from USD’s home page . This analysis can only see pages on the main web server. Pages from other servers that are linked to from the home page will not appear in this analysis.
Where do people go from USD’s A-Z Index? (March 2014)
Analysis of where visitors went from USD’s A-Z Index page March 2014. This analysis can only see pages on the main web server. Pages from other servers that are linked to from the A-Z Index will not appear in this analysis.
Where do people go from USD’s Search Page? (March 2014)
Analysis of where visitors went from USD’s search page March 2014. This analysis can only see pages on the main web server. Pages from other servers that are linked to from the search engine will not appear in this analysis.
Popular USD web pages (March 2014)
The most popular pages on USD’s web site March 2014.
Bad References
The most recent “bad link” analysis. The most common web pages that have bad links to USD web pages.
Raw Log Analysis
This is a raw analysis without any restrictions on where visitors came from or what hosts they were using.