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Implementing Google Analytics in Asp.net mvc

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I want to integrate Google analytics in my asp.net mvc application. So im doing some R&D for it to find out which one is the better. I find out a Google Analytic Dashboard Controls which are available at http://gadashboardcontrols.codeplex.com/ But they are server control and im not sure how to implement in asp.net mvc. Secondly can i implement asp.net charts in my asp.net mvc application?

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