ClinkLog is a command-line application, so you'll need to be somewhat familiar with that. For a quick start, do this:

In-between you can edit content/clinklog.ini to your liking. And of course both scripts support various options; run them with a -h argument for a list, or see the reference manual (included with all downloads) for detailed instructions.

The user guide offers an in-depth introduction.

Beware that once you have enough data, Clinklog 2 can easily generate dozens or hundreds of web pages. Use the Lite edition if that's a problem.