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    Hi guys,

    I am trying integrate piwik site analysis graphs with my web app.
    There is a way to represent the data from the locally hosted piwik in the webapp but it requires the user to log into piwik through its UI.
    I am thinking of integrating the piwik graphical data with my webapp without having the user to log into the piwik app via the user interface because it results into double login from the user's side, which really sucks.
    I want to login to the piwik webapp via my own web app so that my client will have seamless experience.
    Is this possible?

    Thanks in advance!

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    There are some things you can do using their API:
    http://piwik.org/docs/analytics-api/tutorials-examples/

    I've never used piwik, so I can't give an actual example.
    Also search Google for this: piwik api


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    thanks for advice


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