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Our traffic graphs tab shows you a lot of information about who's visiting your repository on the web. We've added a new graph to this tab, showing git clone activity.

git clones traffic graph

You can use it to find out how many times your repository's source code is actually cloned in a given day, as well as how many unique GitHub users (or anonymous IP addresses) did the cloning.

For more information on traffic graphs, check out the documentation.

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