This blog talks about the reports available under the Statistics tab in Google Webmaster Tools. The 4 main sections are: Query stats, Crawl stats, Page analysis, and Index stats. Let’s take a look at each one below:
This page displays two main reports:
1) Top search queries (queries that most often return a page from your site), and your site’s position for each query.
2) Top search query clicks (queries that generated a click to your site), and your site’s position for each query.
You can also drill down by search time (web, image, etc) or search location (google.com, google.co.uk, googl.ca, etc — note that does not represent where your user is coming from. It simply indicates which Google search engine the user used).
This report shows PageRank distribution of the pages in your site, as well as which page has the highest PageRank. This is a functionality that I can do without — Google should either provide PR information on all the pages, or just get rid of this report.
This page has two sections: Content, which shows the type of documents Google found on your site, as well as the distribution of language encoding for the pages on your site. Common Words, which shows the words most commonly found on your site, as well as the anchor text most often found in links pointing to your site.
This is simply a list of commands that you can use to find more information about your site. For example, site:www.yoursite.com can be used to find the indexed pages from www.yoursite.com.