This Perl program parses an Apache HTTP server access_log in extended format and collects all referers [sic] which might be generated by a search action on Google.
The query visitors used are extracted and grouped per web page and status code. Then the program generates a valid HTML 4.01 strict webpage that shows those queries as a cloud as used by some Web 2.0 websites to present tags.
The print_cloud_as_html_list Perl sub does the actual cloud rendering for a given reference to a hash with frequencies for each phrase. If you need your own cloud generating function, for example to generate a tag cloud, this Perl sub is a good start.
Copy and paste the following Perl program into your favorite editor and save it as gscloud.pl. Note that the Perl code is followed by a listing of the external stylesheet (CSS) that is required by the HTML page Google Search Cloud outputs. Don't accidentally copy this stylesheet together with the Perl program that follows or else you get several "Bareword found where operator expected" messages when you try to run the program.
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