Glossary

This is the glossary for Piwik, the Free analytics platform that helps you keep full control of your data. About.

Learn about the commonly used terms to make the most of Piwik Analytics: Metrics and Skýrsla.

% Search Exits (Aðgerðir)

The percentage of visits that left the website after searching for this Keyword on your Site Search engine.
exit_rate (API)

Amendments

The number of times your visitors amended this field in total. An amendment is counted when a visitor changes this field (for example types something into a form field or selects a value), then moves on to another field and comes back to this field to change it again. An amendment is also counted when a visitor changes this field, submits the form, and then changes it again to correct a form validation error.
nb_field_amendments (API)

Avg. Completion

The percentage of how much visitors have watched of a video. This metric may show more than 100% if many visitors spent more time on the video than the media length. This can be especially the case when the media is played in a loop.
avg_completion_rate (API)

Avg. Media Length

The average length of a video or audio media file. This number may vary for example if the media is a stream or if the media resource changes over time.
avg_media_length (API)

Avg. Time To Play

The average amount of time it took a visitor to start playing the media since the page was loaded.
avg_time_to_play (API)

Avg. field size

The average field size of this text field. Also includes text sizes of visitors that did not submit the form. Blank text fields (size 0) are ignored in the average calculation.
avg_field_size (API)

Avg. field size on conversion

The average field size of this text field when a visitor entered some text, submitted the form afterwards, and converted it.
avg_field_size_converted (API)

Avg. field size on submit

The average field size of this text field when a visitor entered some text and submitted the form afterwards.
avg_field_size_submitted (API)

Avg. field size when unsubmitted

The average field size of this text field when a visitor entered some text but did not submit the form afterwards.
avg_field_size_unsubmitted (API)

Avg. generation time

The average time it took to generate the page. This metric includes the time it took the server to generate the web page, plus the time it took for the visitor to download the response from the server. A lower 'Avg. generation time' means a faster website for your visitors!
avg_time_generation (API)

Avg. hesitation time

The average amount of time a visitor hesitated to start filling out this field. The time is measured from the moment a visitor focuses this field until they make the first change.
avg_field_hesitation_time (API)

Avg. position

Average position of your website in the search engine results list (for this keyword).
position (API)

Avg. time spent

The average amount of time a visitor spent watching or listening to a media.
avg_time_watched (API)

Avg. time spent

The average amount of time spent on this field when a visitor interacted with it. The time is measured from the moment a visitor focuses this field until they make the last change or until they leave the field again. If a visitor interacts with this field several time before submitting or leaving the form, all time spent on this field will be summed. The time spent includes the hesitation time.
avg_field_time_spent (API)

Aðgerðir

The number of actions performed by your visitors. Actions can be page views, internal site searches, downloads or outlinks.
nb_actions (API)

Aðgerðir per heimsókn

The average number of actions (page views, site searches, downloads or outlinks) that were performed during the visits.
nb_actions_per_visit (API)

CTR

Clickthrough rate: A ratio showing how often people who see a search engine results page with a link to your website, end up clicking it.
ctr (API)

Changes

The number of times a visitor has changed this field. A first change is counted as soon as a visitor for example types something into a text field or selects a value. Further changes are only counted when the visitor moves on to another field and comes back to this field to change it again.
nb_field_changes (API)

Clicked in search results

The number of times this Page was visited after a visitor did a search on your website, and clicked on this page in the search results.
nb_hits_following_search (API)

Clicks

A click is counted each time someone clicks on a link pointing to your website on a search engine results page.
nb_clicks (API)

Content Interactions

The number of times a content block was interacted with (eg, a 'click' on a banner or ad).
nb_interactions (API)

Cursor rate

The number of times cursor keys was used on this field after a user interacted with it. This metric is only available for text fields.
field_cursor_rate (API)

Cursors

The number of times your visitors have used any of the cursor keys on this field. This metric is only available for text fields.
nb_field_cursor (API)

Deletes

The number of times your visitors have used the backspace or delete key on this field. This metric is only available for text fields.
nb_field_deletes (API)

Deletion rate

The percentage of times either a backspace or delete key was used when a field was changed. This metric is only available for text fields.
field_delete_rate (API)

Drop offs

The number of times a visitor interacted with this field last when they did not submit the form.
nb_field_dropoff (API)

Einstakar síðuflettingar

The number of visits that included this page. If a page was viewed multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.
nb_uniq_pageviews (API)

Einstakar síðuflettingar (Aðgerðir)

The number of visits that included this page. If a page was viewed multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.
nb_visits (API)

Einstakir gestir

The number of unduplicated visitors coming to your website. Every user is only counted once, even if they visit the website multiple times a day.
nb_uniq_visitors (API)

Einstakir músasmellir (Aðgerðir)

The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.
nb_visits (API)

Einstakt niðurhal

The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.
nb_uniq_downloads (API)

Einstakt niðurhal (Aðgerðir)

The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.
nb_visits (API)

Entries

The number of times a visitor has interacted with this field first, when they started to fill out a form. An interaction can be either a field focus or a field change.
nb_field_entries (API)

Events with a value

Number of events where an Event value was set
nb_events_with_value (API)

Field conversions

The number of times the field was shown when a form was converted. It does not mean a visitor actually interacted with this field.
nb_field_views_converted (API)

Field submissions

The number of times this field was shown when the form was submitted. It does not mean a visitor has actually interacted with this field.
nb_field_views_submitted (API)

Finish rate

The percentage of visitors who played a media and finished it (finish means a visitor has watched or listened to the end of the media).
finish_rate (API)

Finishes

The number of times a video was finished (a visitor has watched or listened to the end of the media). It does not necessarily mean a visitor has watched or listened to all of the media.
nb_finishes (API)

Form amendment rate

The number of times this field was amended after changing it initially. An amendment is counted when a visitor changes this field (for example types something into a form field or selects a value), then moves on to another field and comes back to this field to change it again. An amendment is also counted when a visitor changes this field, submits the form, and then changes it again to correct a form validation error.
field_amendments_rate (API)

Form avg. hesitation time

The average time a visitor hesitated to start interacting with a form. The time is calculated as the difference between the time of the page load and the time of the first interaction with a form (for example focusing a form field, typing a letter in a form or selecting a value in the form). The time is counted only while the browser window is active.
avg_form_time_hesitation (API)

Form avg. time spent

The average time a visitor spent on a form. The time is calculated as the difference between the first interaction with a form field (for example a field focus) and the last interaction with a form.
avg_form_time_spent (API)

Form avg. time to conversion

The average time it took a visitor to convert a form. If the visitor completes the form on the first submit, it is equal to the "time to first submission". If a visitor submits a form several times, it equals to the time spent on the form in total.
avg_form_time_to_conversion (API)

Form avg. time to first submit

The average time it took a visitor to submit this form for the first time. It is the difference between the first interaction with the form (for example a field focus) and the time the visitor submits the form.
avg_form_time_to_first_submission (API)

Form conversion rate

The number of times a form starter has converted the form.
form_conversion_rate (API)

Form conversions

The number of times this form was completed successfully.
nb_form_conversions (API)

Form re-submitter rate

The percentage of submitters that have submitted this form at least a second time. This means a visitor first submitted a form, and then submitted it again. For example a re-submit might happen when there were form validation errors. When this number is high, something might not be clear about your forms.
form_resubmitters_rate (API)

Form re-submitters

The number of form viewers that have re-submitted a form at least once. This means a visitor first submitted a form, and then submitted it again. For example a re-submit might happen when there were form validation errors. When this number is high, something might not be clear about your forms.
nb_form_resubmitters (API)

Form starters

The number of form viewers that have started interacting with a form at least once. This means a visitor has for example focused or changed a form field. If auto focus for a form field is enabled, a visitor first needs to focus another field or needs to actually start changing a field before it counts as a start.
nb_form_starters (API)

Form starters rate

The percentage of times a visitor has viewed a page where this form was included and then started interacting with it. This means a visitor has for example focused or changed a form field. If auto focus for a form field is enabled, a visitor first needs to focus another field or needs to actually start changing a field before it counts as a start.
form_starters_rate (API)

Form starts

The number of times a visitor has started interacting with a form after viewing it. This means a visitor has for example focused or changed a form field. If auto focus for a form field is enabled, a visitor first needs to focus another field or needs to actually start changing a field before it counts as a start.
nb_form_starts (API)

Form submissions

The number of times a form was submitted in total. If a visitor submitted a form 10 times, and another visitor 3 times, it will show 13 total form submissions.
nb_form_submissions (API)

Form submitter rate

The number of times a form starter has submitted the form.
form_submitter_rate (API)

Form submitters

The number of form viewers that have submitted a form at least once.
nb_form_submitters (API)

Form viewers

The number of visitors that have viewed a page where this form was included at least once. When a visitor converts a form, and views the same form afterwards again, it counts a new viewer.
nb_form_viewers (API)

Form views

The number of times your visitors have viewed a page where this form was included.
nb_form_views (API)

Fullscreen rate

The percentage of visitors that opened a video in fullscreen.
fullscreen_rate (API)

Funnel abandoned rate

The percentage of visits that have entered the funnel but did not complete it. It is the number of funnel exits divided by the number of funnel entries.
funnel_abandoned_rate (API)

Funnel conversion rate

The percentage of visits that have completed the funnel after entering it. It is the number of funnel conversions divided by the sum of all funnel entries.
funnel_conversion_rate (API)

Funnel conversions

The number of visits that have completed the funnel.
funnel_nb_conversions (API)

Funnel entries

The sum of all visits that have entered the funnel.
funnel_sum_entries (API)

Funnel exits

The sum of all visits that have left the funnel before converting the funnel.
funnel_sum_exits (API)

Heimsóknir

If a visitor comes to your website for the first time or if they visit a page more than 30 minutes after their last page view, this will be recorded as a new visit.
nb_visits (API)

Hesitation time

The time a visitor hesitated to start filling out this field. The time is measured from the moment a visitor focuses this field until they make the first change.
nb_field_hesitation_time (API)

Hesitation time

The time a visitor waited before starting to interact with a form. The time is calculated as the difference between the time of the page load and the time of the first interaction with a form (for example focusing a form field, typing a letter in a form or selecting a value in the form). The time is counted only while the browser window is active.
nb_form_time_hesitation (API)

Hlekkir út

The number of times this link was clicked.
nb_outlinks (API)

Impressions

An impression is counted each time your website is displayed in a search engine results page.
nb_impressions (API)

Impressions by unique visitors

The number of unique visitors that have viewed a page where this media was included. Every visitor is only counted once, even if the visitor has viewed the page multiple times a day.
nb_unique_visitors_impressions (API)

Innkomur

Number of visits that started on this page.
entry_nb_visits (API)

Interaction Rate

The ratio of content impressions to interactions.
interaction_rate (API)

Interactions

The number of times your form viewers have interacted with this field in total. An interaction is counted when a visitor focuses a field or changes the value of it. If a field has an auto focus, such focuses are ignored and do not count as an interaction.
nb_field_interactions (API)

Interactions on submit

The number of times a form viewer has interacted with this field and then submitted the form. An interaction is counted when a visitor focuses a field or changes the value of it. If a field has an auto focus, such focuses are ignored and do not count as an interaction.
nb_field_interactions_submitted (API)

Interactions when unsubmitted

The number of times a form viewer has interacted with this field and then did not submit the form. An interaction is counted when a visitor focuses a field or changes the value of it. If a field has an auto focus, such focuses are ignored and do not count as an interaction.
nb_field_interactions_unsubmitted (API)

Left blank on conversion

The total number of times this field was left empty when the form was submitted and converted.
nb_field_leftblank_converted (API)

Left blank on submit

The total number of times this field was left empty when the form was submitted.
nb_field_leftblank_submitted (API)

Maximum value

The maximum value for this event
max_event_value (API)

Meðallengd heimsókna(í sekúndum)

The average duration of a visit.
avg_time_on_site (API)

Meðaltími eytt á síðu

The average amount of time visitors spent on this page (only the page, not the entire website).
avg_time_on_page (API)

Minimum value

The minimum value for this event
min_event_value (API)

Niðurhal

The number of times this link was clicked.
nb_downloads (API)

Notendur

The number of users logged in your website. It is the number of unique active users that have a User ID set (via the Tracking code function 'setUserId').
nb_users (API)

Play rate

The percentage of visitors that watched or listened to a media after they have visited a page where this media was included.
play_rate (API)

Plays

The number of times a visitor watched or listened to a media
nb_plays (API)

Plays by unique visitors

The number of unique visitors that have watched or listened to a media. Every visitor is only counted once, even if the visitor watches or listens to the media resource multiple times a day.
nb_unique_visitors_plays (API)

Proceeded

The number of visits that proceeded to the next interaction and did not exit your website or app.
nb_proceeded (API)

Proceeded Rate

The percentage of visits that performed another interaction after performing an interaction.
proceeded_rate (API)

Rate left blank on conversion

The number of times this field was left empty when the form was submitted and converted.
avg_field_leftblank_converted (API)

Rate left blank on submit

The number of times this field was left empty when the form was submitted.
avg_field_leftblank_submitted (API)

Refocus rate

The number of times this field was refocused after interacting with it initially. A refocus is counted when a visitor focuses this field, then focuses another field, and then focuses this field again.
field_refocus_rate (API)

Refocuses

The total number of times a visitor has refocused this field before they submitted a form or left it. A refocus is counted when a visitor focuses this field, then focuses another field, and then focuses this field again.
nb_field_refocuses (API)

Search Results pages

Visitors will search on your website, and sometimes click "next" to view more results. This is the average number of search results pages viewed for this keyword.
nb_pages_per_search (API)

Searches

The number of visits that searched for this keyword on your website's search engine.
nb_searches (API)

Searches (Aðgerðir)

The number of visits that searched for this keyword on your website's search engine.
nb_visits (API)

Skopp

Number of visits that started and ended on this page. This means that the visitor left the website after viewing only this page.
entry_bounce_count (API)

Skopptíðni

The percentage of visits that only had a single pageview. This means, that the visitor left the website directly from the entrance page.
bounce_rate (API)

Skopptíðni (Aðgerðir)

The percentage of visits that started on this page and left the website straight away.
bounce_rate (API)

Step entries

The number of visits that have entered the funnel at this step.
step_nb_entries (API)

Step exits

The number of visits that have left the funnel at this step.
step_nb_exits (API)

Step proceeded

The number of visits that have proceeded from this step to the next step in the funnel.
step_nb_proceeded (API)

Step visits

The number of visits that have entered this step of the funnel.
step_nb_visits (API)

Síðuflettingar

The number of times this page was visited.
nb_pageviews (API)

The average of all values for this event

The average of all values for this event
avg_event_value (API)

Time spent

The total time all visitors spent on a form in total. The time is calculated as the difference between the first interaction with a form field (for example a field focus) and the last interaction with a form.
nb_form_time_spent (API)

Time spent

The total time spent on this form field in seconds. The time is measured from the moment a visitor focuses this field until they make the last change or until they leave the field again. If a visitor interacts with this field several time before submitting or leaving the form, all time spent on this field will be summed. The time spent includes the hesitation time.
nb_field_time_spent (API)

Time to first submit

The time it took the visitor to submit a form. It is the difference between the first interaction with the form (for example a field focus) and the time the visitor submits the form.
nb_form_time_to_first_submission (API)

Time to form conversion

The time it took the visitor to complete a form successfully. If the visitor completes the form on the first submit, it is equal to the "time to first submission". If a visitor submits a form several times, it equals to the time spent on the form in total.
nb_form_time_to_conversion (API)

Total Pageviews

The number of times this page was visited.
nb_hits (API)

Total events

Total number of events
nb_events (API)

Total number of audio impressions

The number of times a visitor has viewed a page where this audio was included.
sum_total_audio_impressions (API)

Total number of audio plays

The number of times a visitor has listened to an audio.
sum_total_audio_plays (API)

Total number of video impressions

The number of times a visitor has viewed a page where this video was included.
sum_total_video_impressions (API)

Total number of video plays

The number of times a visitor has watched a video.
sum_total_video_plays (API)

Total time spent on media

The total time that was spent watching or listening to the media.
sum_total_time_watched (API)

Total value

The sum of event values
sum_event_value (API)

Umbreytitíðni

The percentage of visits that triggered a goal conversion.
conversion_rate (API)

Unique Outlinks

The number of visits that involved a click on this link. If a link was clicked multiple times during one visit, it is only counted once.
nb_uniq_outlinks (API)

Unique amendments

The number of form viewers that have amended this field at least once. An amendment is counted when a visitor changes this field (for example types something into a form field or selects a value), then moves on to another field and comes back to this field to change it again. An amendment is also counted when a visitor changes this field, submits the form, and then changes it again to correct a form validation error.
nb_field_uniq_amendments (API)

Unique changes

The number of form viewers that have changed this field at least once. A first change is counted as soon as a visitor for example types something into a text field or selects a value. Further changes are only counted when the visitor moves on to another field and comes back to this field to change it again.
nb_field_uniq_changes (API)

Unique cursors

The number of form viewers that have used any of the cursor keys on this field at least once. This metric is only available for text fields.
nb_field_uniq_cursor (API)

Unique deletes

The number of form viewers that have used the backspace or delete key on this field at least once. This metric is only available for text fields.
nb_field_uniq_deletes (API)

Unique drop offs

The number of form viewers that interacted with this field last, when they did not submit the form.
nb_field_uniq_dropoff (API)

Unique entries

The number of form viewers that have interacted with this field first, when they started to fill out a form. An interaction can be either a field focus or a field change.
nb_field_uniq_entries (API)

Unique interactions

The number of form viewers that have interacted with this field at least once. An interaction is counted when a visitor focuses a field or changes the value of it. If a field has an auto focus, such focuses are ignored and do not count as an interaction.
nb_field_uniq_interactions (API)

Unique refocuses

The number of form viewers that have refocused this field at least once. A refocus is counted when a visitor focuses this field, then focuses another field, and then focuses this field again.
nb_field_uniq_refocuses (API)

impression_rate

The percentage of visitors that have visited a page where this media was included out of all of your unique visitors.
impression_rate (API)

Útgöngur

The number of visits that did not leave after this interaction.
nb_exits (API)

Útgöngur

Number of visits that ended on this page.
exit_nb_visits (API)

Útgöngutíðni

The percentage of visits that have left your website or app after this interaction.
exit_rate (API)

Útgöngutíðni (Aðgerðir)

The percentage of visits that left the website after viewing this page.
exit_rate (API)

All Referrers (Sendendur)

This report shows all your Referrers in one unified report, listing all Websites, Search keywords and Campaigns used by your visitors to find your website.

Audio Resource URLs (Media)

This report shows a hierarchical list of the resource URLs of audio that your visitors listened to. To see further details for a specific audio resource URL, click the plus icon when you hover a row.

Audio Resources URLs Grouped (Media)

This report shows information about the grouped resource URLs of audio that your visitors listened to. It is similar to "Audio Resource URL" but it groups together audio resources that have the same file name but a different file extension. To see further details for a specific audio resource, click the plus icon when you hover a row.

Audio Titles (Media)

This report shows information about the audio titles that your visitors have listened to. To see further details for a specific audio title, click the plus icon when you hover a row. When a title for an audio file cannot be detected, it will be grouped under "Unknown".

Audio per hour in website's timezone (Media)

This report shows at which hours of the day visitors have watched your videos. The hours are shown in the timezone of the website.

Browser engines (Gestir)

This report shows your visitors' browsers broken down into browser engines.
The most important information for web developers is what kind of rendering engine their visitors are using. The labels contain the names of the engines followed by the most common browser using that engine in brackets.

City (Gestir)

This report shows the cities your visitors were in when they accessed your website.
In order to see data for this report, you must setup GeoIP in the Geolocation admin tab. The commercial Maxmind GeoIP databases are more accurate than the free ones. To see how accurate they are, click here.

Custom Variables (Gestir)

This report contains information about your Custom Variables. Click on a variable name to see the distribution of the values.
For more information about Custom Variables in general, read the Custom Variables documentation on piwik.org

Entry page titles (Aðgerðir)

This report contains information about the titles of entry pages that were used during the specified period. Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Exit page titles (Aðgerðir)

This report contains information about the titles of exit pages that occurred during the specified period. Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Forms Overview (Forms)

This report gives you an overview of how your forms are doing by giving you insights into the number of form views, form staters, form submissions, form conversions, and more.

Forms overview last 30 minutes (Forms)

This report gives you an overview of how your forms are currently doing within the last X minutes or hours.

Heimsálfa (Gestir)

This report shows which continent your visitors were in when they accessed your website.

Heimsóknir miðað við staðartíma (Gestir)

This graph shows what time it was in the visitors' time zones during their visits.

Heimsóknir miðað við tíma vefþjóns (Gestir)

This graph shows what time it was in the server's time zone during the visits.

Hlekkir út (Aðgerðir)

This report shows a hierarchical list of outlink URLs that were clicked by your visitors. An outlink is a link that leads the visitor away from your website (to another domain).
Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Inngangssíður (Aðgerðir)

This report contains information about the entry pages that were used during the specified period. An entry page is the first page that a user views during their visit.
The entry URLs are displayed as a folder structure.
Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Land (Gestir)

This report shows which country your visitors were in when they accessed your website.

Leitarorð (Sendendur)

This report shows which keywords users were searching for before they were referred to your website.
By clicking on a row in the table, you can see the distribution of search engines that were queried for the keyword.

Leitarvélar (Sendendur)

This report shows which search engines referred users to your website.
By clicking on a row in the table, you can see what users were searching for using a specific search engine.

Lengd heimsókna (Gestir)

In this report, you can see how many visits had a certain total duration. Initially, the report is shown as a tag cloud, more common durations are displayed in a larger font.
Please note, that you can view the report in other ways than as a tag cloud. Use the controls at the bottom of the report to do so.

Listi yfir íbætur (Gestir)

This report shows which browser plugins your visitors had enabled. This information might be important for choosing the right way to deliver your content.

Media Players (Media)

This report contains information about the media players that were used by your visitors to play the media on your website.

Media Summary (Media)

This is an overview of your visitor's media consumption. It is broken down into various reports, which are displayed in sparklines at the bottom of the page. You can enlarge the graphs by clicking on the report you'd like to see.

Most popular forms last 30 minutes (Forms)

This report shows your most popular forms within the last X minutes or hours.

Niðurhal (Aðgerðir)

In this report, you can see which files your visitors have downloaded.
What Piwik counts as a download is the click on a download link. Whether the download was completed or not isn't known to Piwik.

Page Titles Following a Site Search (Aðgerðir)

When visitors search on your website, they are looking for a particular page, content, product, or service. This report lists the pages that were clicked the most after an internal search. In other words, the list of pages the most searched for by visitors already on your website.
Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Page URLs (Aðgerðir)

This report contains information about the page URLs that have been visited.
The table is organized hierarchically, the URLs are displayed as a folder structure.
Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Pages Following a Site Search (Aðgerðir)

When visitors search on your website, they are looking for a particular page, content, product, or service. This report lists the pages that were clicked the most after an internal search. In other words, the list of pages the most searched for by visitors already on your website.
Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Region (Gestir)

This report shows which region your visitors were in when they accessed your website.
In order to see data for this report, you must setup GeoIP in the Geolocation admin tab. The commercial Maxmind GeoIP databases are more accurate than the free ones. To see how accurate they are, click here.

Search Categories (Aðgerðir)

This report lists the Categories that visitors selected when they made a Search on your website.
For example, Ecommerce websites typically have a "Category" selector so that visitors can restrict their searches to all products in a specific Category.

Search Keywords with No Results (Aðgerðir)

Tracking searches that visitors make on your website is a very effective way to learn more about what your audience is looking for, it can help find ideas for new content, new Ecommerce products that potential customers might be searching for, and generally improve the visitors' experience on your website.

This report lists the Search Keywords that did not return any Search result: maybe the search engine algorithm can be improved, or maybe your visitors are looking for content that is not (yet) on your website?

Site Search Keywords (Aðgerðir)

This report lists the Search Keywords that visitors searched for on your internal Search Engine.

Tracking searches that visitors make on your website is a very effective way to learn more about what your audience is looking for, it can help find ideas for new content, new Ecommerce products that potential customers might be searching for, and generally improve the visitors' experience on your website.

Learn more about Tracking how your visitors use your Search engine.

Social Networks (Sendendur)

In this table, you can see which websites referred visitors to your site.
By clicking on a row in the table, you can see which URLs the links to your website were on.

Síðu titlar (Aðgerðir)

This report contains information about the titles of the pages that have been visited.
The page title is the HTML <title> Tag that most browsers show in their window title.

Síður á hverja heimsókn (Gestir)

In this report, you can see how many visits involved a certain number of pageviews. Initially, the report is shown as a tag cloud, more common numbers of pages are displayed in a larger font.
Please note, that you can view the report in other ways than as a tag cloud. Use the controls at the bottom of the report to do so.

Tegund Sendanda (Sendendur)

This table contains information about the distribution of the referrer types.
Beinar Innfærslur: A visitor has entered the URL in their browser and started browsing on your website - they entered the website directly.
Leitarvélar: A visitor was referred to your website by a search engine.
See the "Leitarvélar & Leitarorð" report for more details.
Vefir: The visitor followed a link on another website that led to your site.
See the "Vefir" report for more details.
Herferðir: Visitors that came to your website as the result of a campaign.
See the "Herferðir" report for more details.

Uppsetningar (Gestir)

This report shows the most common overall configurations that your visitors had. A configuration is the combination of an operating system, a browser type and a screen resolution.

Vafrar (Gestir)

This report contains information about what kind of browser your visitors were using. Each browser version is listed separately.

Vefir (Sendendur)

In this table, you can see which websites referred visitors to your site.
By clicking on a row in the table, you can see which URLs the links to your website were on.

Veitandi (Gestir)

This report shows which Internet Service Providers your visitors used to access the website. You can click on a provider name for more details.
If Piwik can't determine a visitor's provider, it is listed as IP.

Video Resolutions (Media)

This report shows the resolution (width and height) at which your videos were watched. For example if a visitor watches the video fullscreen, the video resolution equals the visitor's screen resolution.

Video Resource URLs (Media)

This report shows a hierarchical list of the resource URLs of videos that your visitors watched. To see further details for a specific video resource URL, click the plus icon when you hover a row.

Video Resource URLs Grouped (Media)

This report shows information about the grouped resource URLs of videos that your visitors watched. It is similar to "Video Resource URL" but it groups together videos that have the same file name but a different file extension. To see further details for a specific video resource, click the plus icon when you hover a row.

Video Titles (Media)

This report shows information about the video titles that your visitors have watched. To see further details for a specific video title, click the plus icon when you hover a row. When a title for a video cannot be detected, it will be grouped under "Unknown".

Videos per hour in website's timezone (Media)

This report shows at which hours of the day visitors have listened to your audio. The hours are shown in the timezone of the website.

Visits by Day of Week (Gestir)

This graph shows the number of visits your website received on each day of the week.

Visits by Visit Number (Gestir)

In this report, you can see the number of visits who were the Nth visit, ie. visitors who visited your website at least N times.
Please note, that you can view the report in other ways than as a tag cloud. Use the controls at the bottom of the report to do so.

Visits by days since last visit (Gestir)

In this report, you can see how many visits were from visitors whose last visit was a certain number of days ago.

Útgangssíður (Aðgerðir)

This report contains information about the exit pages that occurred during the specified period. An exit page is the last page that a user views during their visit.
The exit URLs are displayed as a folder structure.
Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.

Glossary in other languages

The Analytics glossary is available in 54 languages:

አማርኛ, العربية, Беларуская, Български, বাংলা, Bosanski, Català, Čeština, Cymraeg, Dansk, Deutsch, Ελληνικά, English, Español, Eesti, Euskara, فارسی, Suomi, Français, Galego, עברית, हिन्दी, Hrvatski, Magyar, Indonesia, Íslenska, Italiano, 日本語, ქართული, 한국어, Lietuvių, Latviešu, Norsk bokmål, Nederlands, Nynorsk, Polski, Português (Brasil), Português, Română, Русский, Slovenčina, Slovenščina, Shqip, Српски, Svenska, தமிழ், తెలుగు, ไทย, Tagalog, Türkçe, Українська, Tiếng Việt, 简体中文, 繁體中文

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