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  • Landon Curt Noll says:

    Hello,

    Thanks for talking about this interesting plug-in. Unfortunately none of your Lightroom Analytics plug-in links are working. Moreover I have been unable to find a copy of it online. Is it still supported and available? If so, from where may I download this plugin?

    • dave says:

      Hi, Landon. I think the upgrade for one of my plugins erased the file, but I re-added it to this post so give it a whirl. The zip file should include the plugin and the reader.

      • Landon Curt Noll says:

        Thanks for you reply.

        Unfortunately, the zip file that is referenced at http://www.lightroomfanatic.com/?wpdmdl=2778 is corrupted and cannot be unzipped.

        • dave says:

          Sorry, Landon. Try it now. The download manager I was using was not playing nice, so I replaced it.

          • Landon Curt Noll says:

            Hi,

            I was able to download the zip file (lranalytics_plugin_and_reader2.zip) and unzip it. It was an odd zip in that when the downloaded zip file is unzipped, it contains two zip files.

            The first file it contained (lranalyticsreport.zip) is a zip file that when unzipped contains a bunch of css/flot/json stuff. I plan to ignore that stuff.

            The 2nd file it contained (lranalytics.lrplugin.zip) is a zip tile that when unzipped contains the plugin: lranalytics.lrplugin. Yea! I will use lranalytics.lrplugin. :-)

            Thanks.

          • dave says:

            There are two pieces to the analytics. The Lightroom plugin, that analyzes your catalog and generates a report, and the other zipfile is the reader that you use to display your results in a browser…thats the css/json stuff. It’s the 2nd half of the tutorial, basically.