Web Analytics With R

Kevin Feasel



Maelle Salmon performs some analysis on the Locke Data blog:

Often, the URL of a blog post can be guessed based on its title, e.g. this one can be read here. But even if the transition from the Markdown file information to an URL is logical, it was best to get URLs from the in situ blog posts, and then join them to the blog post information collected previously, since some special characters got special treatment that I could not fully understand by looking at blogdown source code.

I first extracted all posts URLs from the website map.

Check it out.

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