Documentation utilisateur [FR]
Gebruikersdocumentatie [NL]
User guide [EN]


For more technical (ie: developers infos), please refer to the readme about the server here and about the client applications here.

General settings




The statistics app is used to monitor the use of the other apps. Therefore, there are some ‘captors’ spread in the apps to log some activities (such as: ‘visiting an app’, ‘go to a map’, …). To choose what to show, you can create ‘dashboards’ (named ‘activity profiles’ in admin), that will structure the data we want to represent.


For now, users’ actions available to log (and thereafter to represent on the dashboards) are:

For multiple apps

- 'visit': visit an app,
- 'link': clic on a link,
- 'navigate-map': go to a map,
- 'print-map': print a map,
- 'lang-choice': go to an app in a given language or change the language,

Only for the ‘angled-query’ app:

- 'navigate-query': see a query,

Only for the ‘angled-project’ app:

- 'save-units': count the number of edits when someone save changes of an information unit,


Can be set up in /admin/activity/activityprofile/


Name of the dashboard.

Profile Layout

A profile layout is declared using the following syntax :

page new
    box vertical
      box horizontal
        multiwidget graph graphtype="barchart" action="visit" ns=view,compose,embed,angled-project,angled-query,mdq titleFR="Nombre de visites" titleNL="Aantal bezoeken"
        multiwidget applist aggregation="count" ns=view,compose action="visit" ns=view,compose

        widget list nb=10 ns="view" action="navigate-map" titleFR="Liste des cartes les plus vues" titleNL="Meest gezien kaarten"
        widget list nb=5 ns="compose" action="navigate-map"
        widget value aggregation="count" ns="view" action="link"
      box horizontal
        widget graph graphtype="piechart" ns="angled-project" action="save-units"
        widget graph graphtype="piechart" ns="view" action="lang-choice"
        widget graph graphtype="piechart" ns="mdq" action="lang-choice"
      box horizontal
        widget graph graphtype="time-barchart" ns="view" action="visit"

Each ‘widget’ needs a type of representation (how we want to show the data, see below), one or more namespaces (the app(s) concerned by the action, one for a widget, more for a multiwidget), an action type (which data we want to use).

page declares a page. box declares a layout box. Available operators are [horizontal, vertical] widget declares a widget to be displayed. Available operators are:

multiwidget declares a widget that concerns multiple apps. Available operators are:

There are also optional informations: [‘title’, ‘titleFR’, ‘titleNL’], to declare using the same form [key=value].