Google Analytics just announced new graphing tools for the service. Now, apart from comparing two date ranges, users can compare different metrics to look for correlations (“Do pageviews increase as time on site goes up?”), as well as comparing individual segments with the site total.
ga.js tracking code, which I’ve been awaiting since the new code announcement made in October, has also been rolled out. The new file replaces the old
urchin.js script. It is completely rewritten, appears to load faster, and has new object-based methods instead of functions and variables, meaning tracking a site in multiple accounts is a bunch easier.
The Google Analytics team also rolled out support for six new languages.
Now all I want to happen is automatic external link tracking and event tracking, both in limited beta at the moment.