Ackee - Self-hosted, Node.js based analytics tool for those who care about privacy

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Ackee runs on your own server, analyzes the traffic of your websites and provides useful statistics in a minimal interface. Get an overview of all your websites and analyze how they perform together. You can collect data using the centralised GraphQL API or build your own interface and service upon Ackee. The API of Ackee acts as a powerful hub, perfect to collect data from a variety of sources, including websites, services and apps.

No unique user tracking. No cookies. Ackee uses a multi-step process to keep tracked data anonymized while still providing helpful analytics. It's the right tool for everyone who doesn't need a full-featured marketing analytics platform like Google Analytics or Matomo.

https://github.com/electerious/Ackee
https://ackee.electerious.com/

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