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What is Statit?

Statit helps teams share and access metrics simply.

Metrics are difficult to access

Whether it is monitoring a project, planning business activity or researching social and demographic trends, metrics are the core element of planning and analysis.

The problem is it is often complex to access metrics for everyday users as metrics are stored in various places (applications, dashboards, reports, analyst team) or complex to get.

Like books in medieval times, metrics are only accessible to the most advanced analytical users - preventing most collaborators to take part independently in planning and analysis

A library of metrics

Statit turns things around and provides an online space where teams store and access metrics. It has three main characteristics:

  • Accessible to all - Really! - It is simple to navigate across metrics and access them - by anyone in the team, there is no barrier to metrics knowledge
  • Accessible in the tools you use today - Whether it is a web browser, Microsoft Excel or a programming language (curl/ nodejs/ python), metrics can be accessed and edited - No need to adopt a new tool
  • Very simple to get started - Start publishing and sharing metrics in minutes

Organised for teams

Teams build workspaces to share their metrics.

Inside workspaces, metrics are organised inside collections. Each collection can be public - accessible by all members of the workspace - or private - only accessible by invited users.

Inside collections, members have specific roles. Some manage the collection and can invite users. Others can edit the metrics. Finally, others can only access the series.

Private or public spaces

Some workspaces are "public" and can be joined by everyone on the Internet after sign-up. Open workspaces are useful to share open or collaborative datasets as metrics.

Getting started

To understand how Statit works, create an account here. If you would like to get started on the web, head over here, in Excel there or using the API, over here