This module is used to display the evolution (number of views, money generated, number of comments, popularity...) of an item or a bunch of items in your site.
This module works with ALL extensions for Content Statistics: Joomla
articles, K2, DOCman, VirtueMart, JomSocial, Community Builder, Tienda,
Music Collection, Kunena Forum... and more!
This module uses Google Charts to render beautiful graphics of your Joomla Statistics. To configure the look and feel of this module is very easy, allowing you to have control over everything (colors, sizes, labels...) in a very easy to configure way.
You can show graphics of evolution using different colors, and include a grid, for example:
You can define what you want the X-axis labels to be, that is, the date format, such as "January 17", "Sunday", "Sun 17", "May 2011", etc. You can also define your own date formats!
You can also show values over each point, and also define symbols (such as $ or € if displaying VirtueMart or Tienda product grossing) to display next to the values. You can also fill the graphics with vertical lines, besides of solid or transparent colors:
You can paint the backgrounds adn such, so you can make the graphics fit perfectly in ANY Joomla template, with any color scheme. You can also add markers with different shapes (circle, square, diamond...) on your data points. Combining all these options makes the possibilities endless!
You can also use Bar charts instead of Line charts, with the same paramteres, allowing you to have many different type of graphics, each one useful for each of your site's areas.
With this module, you can use all sort of filter options to
display your data... such as filter your results by category, group,
section or tag.
Additionally, you can optionaly filter by user options:
- Current vieweing user (actions done only by that user)
- Specific user (actions done only by that user)
And, of course, you can select your desired
timeframe, to complete the chart's x-axis to show the items evolution:
- Last X days (define the number of days you want to consider)
- Last X months (define the number of months you want to consider)
Here's an screenshot of how the parameters for this module look in the backend: