Oliver Thylmann

Oliver Thylmann

After finishing school in Brussels, Belgium, Oliver Thylmann went to Aachen, Germany, to study physics. In 1999, he cofounded STATSnet sprl with his brother. STATSnet sprl runs Counted! and other free statistics services on the Net. He is also cofounder and editor of BeNews Corp, an online news site about BeOS.

RECENT ARTICLES BY OLIVER THYLMANN

Understanding Web Site Statistics: Part 2

Aug 16, 2000 - Last week Oliver gave an overview of the statistical tools available today. This week he tells us how counters and log analyzers differ in defining... Comments

Understanding Web Site Statistics

Aug 10, 2000 - Did you know you can get a lot of statistics about your web site visitors? This data can be vital in helping you market your products and services... Comments

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