With Statscraft you can track analytics on multiple servers.
Add your standalone servers, or your entire network.
You can invite other Statscraft users to view your analytics.
So you can give your whole team insight as well.
The latest plugin supports Spigot/Bukkit, and Bungeecord.
Just install the plugin regularly on each server you want to track.
Your dashboard consists of many different sections.
Here on the overview you can see some of your general stats.
Use the Date Range selector to define a specific period to view.
View any range of data from the past hour to the past year.
Use the Server selector to easily switch between your servers.
With our paid plans, you get access to even more analytics.
With Statscraft you can track your server health and usage.
Get detailed reports on CPU, RAM, and TPS usage.
Find the average CPU & RAM usage, and average TPS.
Find peaks and lows through the interactive graphs.
Filter the data by date and time with the Date Range selector.
Know exactly how many players join your server.
See new and returning players, and compare the two.
Find the peak day and time when your players join.
View how many players were on at any given moment.
Find the average number of players usually online.
Find the average playtime of new/returning players.
Know exactly where your players are coming from.
See player locations in many useful graphs.
Browse the world map to visualize popular regions.
See the top locations baked into a pie chart.
Find the location of where any player is from.
Filter popular locations by any date or time.
Understand which version of Minecraft your players are using.
Know how many players use a specific version.
Find which players prefer a specific version.
And of course, within any date range specified.
Get detailed statistics about all of your players.
View username history, uuid, and skins.
Find playtime, average playtime, and number of sessions.
View a punchcard of the most popular times they play.
Find the first day a player joined, or the last.
Search through all of a players sessions. (See Player Sessions)
Statscraft logs every individual player session.
You can search through every single one of them.
Know exactly which days they were seen on your server.
See exactly how long they played during each session.
Find the location that they were playing from.
Get the version they were using during each session.