Donnie, we're using Google Analytics. We're running an older version of Chronam but I embedded the code in root template file. I don't recall what the name of the file is in normal Chronam... base.html? When I redid our templates I used different filenames. Basically whatever that root file is... it's used as the master template for every page in the system. It works pretty well. I developed custom view inside GA that shows me each SN number and how many times it was viewed. I then have a bash script that "enriches" that data with info from the mysql database that we then distribute to our contributors. 

You can see what we provide our contributors here: 
(Added bonus you can see my ugly mug and the rest of the NYS Historic Newspaper staff)

Chuck Henry
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On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 12:44 PM, Donald S Summerlin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Hey everyone,

I was wondering if you could share info on how you track user statistics in chronam? Do you use Google analytics? If so, where did you place the tracking code?

-Donnie Summerlin

Donnie Summerlin, CA
Digital Projects Archivist
Digital Library of Georgia
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-1641
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