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Autotrack vs Clicky: What are the differences?

Developers describe Autotrack as "Open source lib for automatic and enhanced Google Analytics tracking for common user interactions on the web (by Google)". It provides default tracking for the interactions most people care about, and it provides several convenience features (e.g. declarative event tracking) to make it easier than ever to understand how people are interacting with your site. On the other hand, Clicky is detailed as "Real time web analytics". Clicky Web Analytics gives bloggers and smaller web sites a more personal understanding of their visitors. Clicky has various features that helps stand it apart from the competition specifically Spy and RSS feeds that allow web site owners to get live information about their visitors.

Autotrack and Clicky can be categorized as "General Analytics" tools.

Autotrack is an open source tool with 4.47K GitHub stars and 482 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Autotrack's open source repository on GitHub.

According to the StackShare community, Clicky has a broader approval, being mentioned in 176 company stacks & 11 developers stacks; compared to Autotrack, which is listed in 3 company stacks and 13 developer stacks.

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    What is Autotrack?

    It provides default tracking for the interactions most people care about, and it provides several convenience features (e.g. declarative event tracking) to make it easier than ever to understand how people are interacting with your site.

    What is Clicky?

    Clicky Web Analytics gives bloggers and smaller web sites a more personal understanding of their visitors. Clicky has various features that helps stand it apart from the competition specifically Spy and RSS feeds that allow web site owners to get live information about their visitors.

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