New reports are continually being added to Yandex.Radar. Currently, Yandex.Radar shows the dynamics of market share for search engines, browsers, operating systems and device types. This market data is available for four regions: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Turkey.
You can view statistics on the market share of search engines and browsers and see a breakdown by operating system and device type. For example, you may compare the market share of Chrome Mobile browser on iOS and Android, or its share on tablets and smartphones.
Yandex.Radar uses the aggregated statistics from all sites with Yandex.Metrica tag installed. Yandex.Metrica is the leading web analytics system in Russia, launched in 2009. As of June 2017 the system registered 78.3%* of the overall .ru domain traffic. According to W3Techs, Yandex.Metrica is the second most-used traffic analysis tool for websites in the world.
In order to provide accurate measurements, we exclude sessions from all Yandex sites from all Yandex.Radar reports. The data may also be adjusted for inaccuracies that appear as a result of various technological changes. For example, during global transition to the https encryption we introduced a correction to compensate for some older browsers losing referrers of the traffic from HTTPS to HTTP.
Traffic is measured in sessions. The geographical origin for a session is determined by the site user’s IP address, while the session time and date is provided by the tag’s set time zone. Meanwhile, the user’s browser, operating system and device type is found via the User Agent string. The search engine is determined by using the same principles as the “Search engines” report in Yandex.Metrica.
Yandex.Radar reports for search engines and browsers contain statistics starting from January 1, 2015, while reports for operating systems and device types start from April 1, 2015. You can choose any date range for analysis up to the last seven days.
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