Web log


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Web log

(1) See blog.

(2) A file that contains the transactions and activity on a website. See Web analytics.
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Divisive Hierarchical Clustering Algorithm is used to group the Web Log files and User of similar type.
SmarterTools builds a Windows mail server, customer service software, and Web log analytics and SEO software that simplify and automate the day-to-day IT operations of businesses and hosting environments in over 100 countries.
Buzikashvili (2007) describes the goal of researching through web log data as understanding the behavior of visitors to the site as they browse through pages or search through search engines.
A Web log can open communication with parents and your school community.
The software for adding to a Web log and posting one on the Internet is often easier to use than traditional Web page software or intranet collaboration ("electronic meeting room") software (Rosencrance, 2004).
Alan Reiter, owner of the Reiter's Camera Phone Report Web log, has been analyzing wireless communications for 26 years.
But Microsoft will be raising revenue from Web advertising and may charge fees for additional Web log services, such as expanded capacity to hold large content.
That's also true for Stacy Austin, a 19-year-old University of Oregon journalism major who has been keeping a Web log for several years.
A quick tap on the keyboard and a click,and they could update their web log in an instant.
Sarah Johnson and Rachel Singer Gordon have announced the release of Beyond the Job, a new career-development Web log for information professionals.
Nihuo Software has released Nihuo Web Log Analyzer v.
A Web log comprises entries that are created on a regular basis (usually) and the default arrangement is a chronological sequence.