models_stats - Charts for your rails models with MetricsGraphics.js and NVD3

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Graphics for your rails models. It may show count(or average, or sum, or another sql agregate function) of models for each day with grouping, conditions. For graphics it uses for your choice MetricsGraphics.js or/and NVD3.

https://github.com/accessd/models_stats

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