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Statistic for django models

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Statistic for models


For install you can use pip:
pip install django-statistic


from django.db import models

class Authors(models.Model):
first_name = ....
last_name = ....

class Books(models.Model):
title = ....
author = models.ManyToManyField(Author)

from statistic import Statistic
from models import Authors, Books

def my_view(request):
book = Books.objects.get(...)

# Put object in statistic table

# Get statistic for object
statistic_for_object = Statistic.objects.get_statistic_for_object(book)

# Get statistic for model
statistic_for_model = Statistic.objects.get_statistic_for_model(Books, limit=50)

# Get statistic for models
statistic_for_models = Statistic.objects.get_statistic_for_model([Authors, Books], limit=50, shuffle=True)

RELATIVE_FOR_YEAR = 1 # Get relative year (Today is 2013, example get: 2012, 2013)
RELATIVE_FOR_MONTH = 3 # Get relative month (Today is 1'th January, example get: 2012.11, 2012.12, 2013.1)
RELATIVE_FOR_WEEK = 2 # Get relative week (Today is 13'th week of year, example get: 11, 12, 13 week of year)


For big data, you must use cache/crontab.

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