Pageviews Analysis URL Structure

To get the latest data on a given page on your wiki, with default options, use:{{FULLPAGENAMEE}}
replacing with a valid project. {{FULLPAGENAMEE}} will resolve to the page the link is placed on

Parameters Can be used in any order

project (default) or other valid project.
Escaped page names separated by | characters such as Cat|Dog (default)
For linking to the current page on wiki, use {{FULLPAGENAMEE}}
A special range to use instead of exact start and end dates. May be one of the following:
  • latest (default) The last 20 days of data
  • latest-N where N is a number. For example latest-30 will show the last 30 days of data
  • current The latest available day
  • this-week This week
  • last-week Last week
  • this-month This month
  • last-month Last month
  • this-year This year
  • last-year Last year
  • all-time All time
Start date in the format YYYY-MM-DD.
Omit this parameter and the end parameter to show the most recent data.
Using the format YYYY-MM will be treated as the start month, and show monthly data instead of daily.
Use earliest for the earliest available day.
End date in the format YYYY-MM-DD, defaults to previous day.
Using the format YYYY-MM will be treated as the end month, and show monthly data instead of daily.
Use latest for the latest available day.
One of: all-access (default), desktop, mobile-app, mobile-web
One of user (human viewer, default), spider (search engine crawlers), automated (automated programs), or all-agents (all types)
Includes the pageviews of all redirects of the request pages. Set to 1 to enable or 0 to disable (default). Redirects can be forced to be shown if the "Always include redirects" option is selected in the user's settings. Also note that if there are a lot of redirects, it can significantly slow down the tool.
Set to false to disable automatically setting the "Logarithmic scale" option
Set to true to disable warnings from being shown when validating the form. Defaults will still be applied to invalid input as they would normally.