As you are looking for a specific site, and there are quite a few to choose from I did a search on your bullet points, and found an umbrella site, DomainGroovy, which has this to say about them self:
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Acrylic WiFi Free sound like a good alternative.
It is free for non comercial usage (has paid plans, that costs 16.99 USD for one year license or 47.99 USD for lifetime license) and it has direct download link, so I don't have to fill any form before getting it.
I sugest you to use Piwik.
Building on top if what Franck Dernoncourt said:
Piwik is a free and open source web analytics application written by a
team of international developers that runs on a PHP/MySQL webserver.
Piwik is used by over 1,000,000 websites, 1.2% of all websites, and
has been translated to more than 45 ...
Hi - why dont you just trawl your webserver's logs?
For example, on Windows, Logparser (and the gui Logparser Studio - http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2012/03/07/introducing-log-parser-studio.aspx) can do a count distinct(c-ip) from a web site log that will give you how many times each unique IP appears in the log - you can ...
If I want to figure things like that, I pick on GoAccess from the command line. It's amazingly fast and accepts input via pipe (of course also accepts a file name), so I can restrict it using grep to what I wish to see – e.g. grepping for data and hour to restrict analysis to that hour.
On the command line, GoAccess provides a curses like interface managing ...
You can integrate with Google Analytics.
Many websites already use it, so they will have an account and your users will have to configure your snippet to use their details.
You can track specific events and then embed dashboards within other webpages or use the custom reporting api. See GA documentation for developers.
If it's relevant for you, consider ...
If it were me, I'd use Python with Pandas installed with the Anaconda Distribution. However, that requires real programming (as does R) and may not be everyone's cup of tea. Another option I've dabbled with is KNIME. It has a visual programming approach where you add icons for functionality and wire data flows. It looks pretty powerful and is fully open ...
Welcome aboard. The golden rule here is that the more details you give us, the better that we can help you. From your profile, I am guessing that the software is browser based, but it helps if you tell us that.
Are there any desktop PC components (windows / Linux)? Andy handheld devices (Android/iOs)?
What are you trying to monitor? If it is network ...
Syncfusion Dashboard is an end to end Dashboard solution that can be used to create wall board type displays from SQL Server (or other data sources).
The specific requirement of having a dynamic number of tiles can be achieved using the Card widget.
Configure data to Card widget in Dashboard application link.
Dynamic number of tiles is achieved using the ...
You are really looking at several pieces of software.
create graphs based on data retrieved from queries
So... database wise, MariaDB or one of the nosql databases like mongodb. Your choice of db will influence your querying tool choice. For graphing, charts, etc. you can output your queries (with counts, etc) to csv ...
Wolfram Alpha https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfram_Alpha for a good thumbnail and at http://www.wolframalpha.com/ for the real deal. It may already have data sets computed or derivable quickly for what you are looking for.
I would suggest taking a look at using Pandas which is a python toolkit:
Free Gratis & Open Source
Allows you to query the various services that you need to provide the raw data
lots of data manipulation and plotting tools
likewise lots of export options, (with no default watermarks), including to pdf via external libraries such as pandoc,...
Based on your description of tag creation, you should be able to get quick "insights" into the data using the Zendesk reportings tab. I apologize if you were already aware of this, but it does seem to meet the needs you described.
Source: Software ...
From what you describe i believe you're looking for something that requires minimal IT knowledge, if that's the case, you can try DBxtra, which lets you create a report from query to final design by pure drag and drop, although if you want to fiddle with the SQL code to optimize it or improve it, you can do so.
Also, with DBxtra you can connect to your ...
I would suggest taking a look at Python + Pandas. Both are free, open source and have a lot of references available including very active communities. Python has a relatively shallow learning curve and Pandas has a lot of capability to handle disparate data.
Reports could be produced on a schedule or on demand if you set up a server to do so.