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This app provides django-admin-tools dashboard modules with user registration stats/charts.

The license is MIT.


Make sure django-admin-tools >= 0.4.0 is installed and then

pip install "django-qsstats-magic >= 0.6.1"
pip install "python-dateutil==1.5"
pip install "django-chart-tools >= 0.2.1"
pip install django-admin-user-stats

Then add 'admin_user_stats' and 'chart_tools' to INSTALLED_APPS.


Import RegistrationCharts dashboard module:

from admin_user_stats.modules import RegistrationCharts

then and add it to dashboard's children:

self.children += [RegistrationCharts()]

go to admin and enjoy the result.



Dashboard module with user registration charts (new users per day, week or month).

To enable, import it:

from admin_user_stats.modules import RegistrationChart

and add to dashboard's children (or to modules.Group):

self.children += [RegistrationChart('New Users', interval='days', days=30)]


Group subclass with 3 default children modules (new users per day, per week and per month).


A function returning 3 default RegistrationChart instances:

from admin_user_stats.modules import get_registration_charts
self.children += get_registration_charts()


Development of django-admin-user-stats happens at Bitbucket and Github:

If you don’t like Bitbucket, Github, Mercurial and Git you’re welcome to send regular patches.

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