The main reason I downloaded Piwik (besides the awesome benefit of having all the web surfing data be on our servers instead of google’s servers) was to track a certain subset of pages. Namely, I would like to track all http://www.pondtrademag.com/articles/ar-55/ where the 55 can be anything from 1-999+ at the moment the articles range from roughly 1 through 60 give or take a few of the numbers, but as the articles grow I would like it to expand to 100+ and maybe some day 1000+.
In any case, I was wondering how I would go about reporting only the pages that are included in this subset. Of course I could simply write some code that grabs ALL the visitor data, and goes through and isolates all the pages that are /articles/ar-##/ but I was wondering what the proper solution would be using Piwik. I suppose it would be nice to have a pie chart as well that shows the most popular articles for the day/week/month and such.
Could someone get me pointed in the right direction for implementing this. I don’t necessarily need it available for the world, just for personal viewing is fine, but I’m curious how to go about doing this. I’m pretty good with php, and I would prefer to create some sort of php/mysql setup for doing this. Or perhaps adding something to the JS tracking code on the article pages themselves. The article pages are generated dynamically from a database, so I can add something into the tracking code based on the article page…