You may try to use webdruid, in
Here you have a nice sample page, look in the section
called "20 most used search phrases grouped per search
engine". Is this what you were searching for?:
Note that I helped improving the search engine list :)
Notice that this lists the search string by engine,
but it then does NOT list totals for every search
strings accross all search engines. You may ask the
original programmer (Fabien Chevalier) to add this
feature (probably he'll need to get paid) or you could
send me a private email and discuss the posibility of
getting paid for adding it myself (I already wanted to
do it, but it costs time and I can only do it if I get
--- rknaak05 <rknaak05@...
> I agree I think this is a much needed feature in
> webalizer. I am
> actually looking for a programmer to add this
> feature and a few others
> into webalizer. If you area contract programmer and
> want to discuss
> specifics, please contact me.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, waldo kitty
> <wkitty42@a...> wrote:
> > Jason Novak wrote:
> > >
> > > Dear all,
> > >
> > > I'm trying to understand whether or not
> webalizer has the capability
> > > to report on search string by referrers. I know
> you can group
> > > referrers which is nice but I'm looking for
> something that can show
> > > the search string that's being typed from
> whatever search site.
> > >
> > > Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
> > webalizer does do the search strings...
> > FWIW: this may be sacriledge in this group, but
> there is also
> awstats which does this function and more...
> > --
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> > (@@) Waldo Kitty,
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