What do Data Sources mean? How were they created?
The files generated on the DBM or feed are data sources. The primary aim of maintaining a data base is to provide all relevant information in one stack and conceal it from users, such as payroll, inventory, etc.
Logs of Servers
The log files contain a list of web server-recorded transactions. They hold files to accommodate the amount of requests made to the web server by the client. For example, the source of the visitor, their next move, etc., are invoked in any request.
Server logs are a normal text file which records the activity of the user on the server. It is created by default and maintained by data from the server. You can find the website/page activity details with the help of a server log file.
Date/Time, and pages. It provides you with a good understanding of the type of browser, country and origin. These files are linked only to webmasters, not to users of the website. The statistics suggested by the server log are used to assess traffic trends segmented by day, week or comparison.
Data from users reveals the entire website traffic. Any web analytics tool can measure it. You can estimate the enhancement of your website with the help of visitor data and can update your servers accordingly. It can consist of −
-A view of metrics at the top level
-Related to Visitor Age and Gender
-The conduct of users, their location and interests
-What kind of technologies do they use, such as browsers and operating systems?
-Breakdown of your website on non-devices.
Statistics for Search Engines
Search engine statistics show the data that organic traffic acquires (as shown in the image below). It means that if a website's search engine traffic has increased, then the website's search ranking for the main keywords has improved.
This detail also allows you to −
-Find the keywords that produce sales and the keywords typed by visitors in the search engine.
-Why Search Engines impact the data differently.
-Where you lag behind and where you need to concentrate,