Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The sequence of links that are clicked on while browsing a website or series of websites.

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  • noun computing, marketing A profile of a user's activity in a web browser or other software, based on what is clicked.

Etymologies

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click +‎ stream

Examples

  • Using the latest "web analytics" technologies, publishers can now monitor the trails of the "clickstream" - a measure of what their users are choosing to read, watch and share.

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  • What used to be known as clickstream data now has a real time element and a location based element.

    What's Your Age in "Web" Years? - Steve Rosenbaum - MediaBizBloggers

  • But with last week's release of a new "map of science," a team of researchers led by Johan Bollen is attempting to do just that - with a high-resolution visualization of how scientific literature is accessed based on users 'downloading and browsing behavior, known as clickstream data.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • But with last week's release of a new "map of science," a team of researchers led by Johan Bollen is attempting to do just that - with a high-resolution visualization of how scientific literature is accessed based on users 'downloading and browsing behavior, known as clickstream data.

    SEEDMAGAZINE.COM

  • One of the most interesting is "clickstream" monitoring, a page-by-page tracking of people as they wander through the Web.

    Knowing You All Too Well

  • "clickstream" of behavior and viewership is collected and assessed.

    StreetInsider.com News Articles

  • "clickstream" of behavior and viewership is collected and assessed.

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  • MySpace is ahead in the game to monetize the immense clickstream data with the help of the cloud computing. eBay has huge untapped value in the social interaction and e-commerce data that it collects from all its assets.

    Aster Data Friends MySpace, Making the Most of 2009

  • The numbers in this relationship are well documented — 2-3 TB of new data each day, hundreds of terabytes overall, 7-10 billion events daily, 100 percent of clickstream traffic and offline data processing — but the video also tells a new story.

    Aster Data Friends MySpace, Making the Most of 2009

  • How do you analyze terabytes of data – whether it it clickstream logs, financial transactions, call data records, or retail purchases?

    Hadoop-Focused Startup Cloudera Raises $5 Million

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