I've got a WordPress-based blog which also hosts a few popular jQuery plugins. These plugin pages get a lot of traffic (in the range of 10k views on weekdays), burying any page views on regular blog posts. I'd like to know which and how many blog posts are actually read.
So far I tried to set up a seperate Google Analytics profile, filtering out those static pages with a directory-exclude filter. Can't really get that working, the results (after gathering data for a few weeks) are completely useless.
I've installed the StatPress plugin, which looked somewhat decent. While that has now gathered roughly 150mb of data (600k entries), its reports are again completely useless. All I get are overview numbers that GA also provides, and various "latest" views, which again exclusively show those plugin pages, burying anything else.
What are my options to see the data I want, preferably using existing tools like GA or WordPress plugins?