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Extend and customize Drupal functionality with contributed modules. If a module doesn't quite do what you want it to do, if you find a bug or have a suggestion, then join forces and help the module maintainer. Or, share your own by starting a new module.


For those who don't want to store all their sites logging into their database (?!) and for various reasons cannot use the syslog alternative (due to network or server policies), this is a simple module that simply lets you move all drupal logging into your PHP error log.

As a plus, all the logged notices are formatted in a way to enable easy pattern matching for developing various log monitoring solutions.


Commerce Cart Stats

The Commerce Cart Stats module tracks the number of times products are added or removed from a cart and when products' quantities are changed in the shopping cart itself. It also tracks cart abandonment, the number of times a product is in a cart that is abandoned, and where in the checkout process that abandonment occurs.



Changes the names of page requests that get sent to New Relic so that you can see which panels are actually slow.




Most Viewed per Content Type

This simple module allows you to track page views on your site without having to enable the core statistics module.

This is useful if you have a big site with many content types but only need the statistics for some of them, so you don't need to create write queries to the database unnecessarily on the whole web.

Note that this module is much simpler than the core statistics module and only records the page total counts and the last visited date. It also records only visits to the 'full' viewmode of the nodes.


Forum Stats

The module gives you statistic of forum usage.


DigitalGov Analytics

Adds support for version 2 of the Digital Gov Digital Analytics Program.

The module implements all features defined within the DAP Implementation Guide by exposing an admin configuration page to edit each resource reference customization.



Comscore digital analytix

Comscore Digital Analytix is a powerful, results-focused web analytics platform that helps analysts and business leaders understand and drive business outcomes by combining the best of web analytics and audience measurement. We deliver a solution that is flexible enough to grow with your business and agile enough to meet your evolving needs. Our Atomix™ technology stores data in its raw form, which enables fast, flexible analysis and delivery of results in real time.

The reason this project is named "Nedstat" instead of "Comscore", is because it was previously named "Nedstat".


Woopra Analytics

Adding a woopra solution.

Solutions for Each Team

It’s not just the age of the customer,
it’s the age of the customer-centric organization




Watchdog Event Extras

Watchdog Event Extras screenshot


Allows other information to be displayed for log events.
I created this module as I would often find myself searching for an ip address of an event to see where the user was based.
This module overrides the standard event log page outputing the same and also adding a drupal_alter() call allowing other modules to easily add more rows/info to the log report page.

If this module is installed other modules may add rows/info to the log report page by implementing: MYMODULE_watchdog_event_extras_alter(&$rows, $dblog)


Extended History

Extended History aims to help module developers (or PHP-savvy web developers) by keeping an extended history of visits to nodes for each user.

While Drupal already provides some basic funcionality in the history table, there are a couple of drawbacks:

  • History records are purged after 30 days;
  • That 30-day limit is non-manageable, unless you disable cron runs altogether;
  • It doesn't count how many times each user saw that node.

Original code from node.module:

define('NODE_NEW_LIMIT', time() - 30 * 24 * 60 * 60);

function node_cron() {
  db_query('DELETE FROM {history} WHERE timestamp < %d', NODE_NEW_LIMIT);

Extended History adds a new table called extendedhistory to store (uid, nid, timestamp, count) tuples.

For anonymous users, it keeps these details in session until they log in or register, at which time this is saved into the DB under their new UIDs.

If you want records to be deleted after some time, this can be set in Site Building » Extended History.

As 'API', it provides the following function:

* Returns an array of the form:
* array(
*   'timestamp' => [int],
*   'count'     => [int],
* );
* If no record was found, it returns an empty array.
function extendedhistory_last_viewed($nid)


SEO Stats

Search-related statistics including Google PageRank for your site or other sites, in your Drupal site.

Wrapper for the SEOstats: SEO data library for PHP.

This is a developer-focused module and has no user interface of its own. Use it simply by calling its functions.

Currently the only function defined is to get the page rank:




Provides integration with the third-party service, StatHat.

Currently only supports EZ stats.



English version

The Openstat module integrates Drupal with Openstat statistic service (https://www.openstat.ru/). This service allows to track visitors, page views, referring sites, the most popular pages, etc.



Wibiya toolbar

Integrate Wibiya social toolbar in Drupal


User access

The user access module stores informations about users and nodes each time a node is viewed by an user. These informations may be then used in order to create site usage reports.



Provides integration with Gaug.es, a real-time web traffic app.


You'll need to get a Gaug.es account in order to use this module. Once you've enabled the module and signed up for an account, all you need to do is enter your site id, which can be found in the tracking code labelled as 'data-site-id.' Once that's entered, the app should start tracking your site.


Entity Visits

Tracks the users who viewed the entity.



SharpSpring Logo

With this module, you can add SharpSpring tracking to your pages. This includes the ability to track: landing pages, search terms, and referrers. Additionally, you can store your Sharpspring API credentials to be made available to related modules or for other advanced integrations.

What is Sharpspring?

SharpSpring is a marketing automation platform that combines site analytics and lead generation in one PaaS.



Incoming allows you to be alerted when there is a significant change in the amount of traffic coming to your site from an outside source. It's main purpose is to give you a heads up if your site is about to be featured on Digg, Slashdot, or any other high traffic site so you're not caught unprepared.

I've attempted to make this module as lightweight as possible, so it doesn't create any of it's own tables, but instead monitors the sessions table to detect changes in visitor load.

The "Alert Threshold" lets you set the amount of new visitors to your site needed to trigger an alert. This number is not the total amount of visitors on your site, but the change in the amount of visitors on your site during a specific "timespan".

The "Timespan" is the amount of time in which a change in visitors is measured. In effect, the module takes a snapshot of the activity on your site over a specified period of time, and monitors for increases in anonymous users on your site.

For example, if you set your "Alert Threshold" to 50 and your "Timespan" to 10 minutes the possible outcomes are this.

Example 1:
First ten minutes: 25 visitors.
Second ten minutes: 25 visitors.
Total visitor change between timespans is 0. No alert will be sent.

Example 2:
First ten minutes: 300 visitors.
Second ten minutes: 340 visitors.


User Voice

User Voice settings

UserVoice is a Customer Feedback system that makes it easy for users of your website to suggest and vote on new features as well as report bugs via a tab that is inserted on to your website, which links to a simply forum.

This UserVoice module allows for quick and easy customization of the feedback tab via a settings form, utilizing the Block system to configure when and who can see the feedback tab.

A UserVoice account is required to use this module - http://uservoice.com/signup


RRD Graphical Dashboard

This module provides graphical dashboard generated from RRD data. The dashboards give administrator a quick overview of the performance on their physical server.

The base graph class and plugins are adapted from the Collectd Graph Panel
open source toolkit. http://pommi.nethuis.nl/collectd-graph-panel-v0-3/

Please read the README.txt for installation and detailed usage.




JpGraph is a PHP library used to create charts, all kinds of charts.
This Drupal module provides a simple loader for this library.




Quickstats.module is a simple and efficient (from a database point of view) way to count pageviews of nodes. It is intended for heavy traffic sites where performance is key.

The heart of this module has been coded by Karoly Negyesi (chx) for NowPublic.com. Small improvements and packaging by fireang3l.




6.x Results

Pathtrack works with Drupal's statistics module to track the paths of visitors once they enter a specific page. It creates a report to show number of visitors and the paths they took. Also has an optional CSV output.

New Features in 6.x-1

  • Variable path length - follow users for up to 6 pages after the target page
  • Filtered results - only anonymous users are tracked
  • Results page - Data is displayed in a table instead of nested fieldsets
  • Results presented with clickable links and url aliases for better usability
  • Completely rewritten backend - faster than 5.x

Note that this module is still in development. The dev branch is functional, but it's output may exceed your php execution time (usually 30 seconds), Depending on the number of days you want results for, or the number of visitors your site receives.


Contact profile

Adds the sender's username, email address and roles to the bottom of their email send from the site wide contact form.