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I saw this page http://www.101appsblog.com/alternativa-pc-game/

and it has footer saying

Incoming search terms:

alternativa walkthrough
alternativa game walkthrough

Does stackoverflow has statistics like this?

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The one thing I see missing from your question is a reasonable explanation of why you might need that information, what you would plan to do with it. I can understand being curious, but that seems like the sort of thing they wouldn't want to reveal to just everyone, cf meta.stackexchange.com/questions/71922 – jcolebrand Jan 2 '11 at 16:55
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You can get some sort of non-authoritative analytics on alexa (click "Search analytics").

They are estimated, but should at least be somewhat accurate.

For Stack Overflow they would be:

  1. stack overflow 0.18%
  2. jquery redirect 0.04%
  3. stackoverflow 0.04%
  4. jquery this 0.03%
  5. php self 0.03%
  6. jquery create element 0.03%
  7. jquery timeout 0.02%
  8. jquery settimeout 0.02%
  9. call javascript in jquery 0.02%
  10. nib file with two view 0.02%
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How does Alexa get those figures? – Hippo Jan 2 '11 at 16:58
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@Hippo the same way they get rankings: from users that use their toolbar. Since it's the biggest website of its kind there is a considerable number of users using it, and since stackoverflow is also popular, it makes the data fairly accurate. – Andreas Bonini Jan 2 '11 at 18:44
    
Thank you! – Hippo Jan 2 '11 at 18:47

As far as I know, not publicly, no. IIRC, moderators have guest access to SO's Google Analytics account, which contains such information. But it's not open to the public.

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