What is Chartio?
Who uses Chartio?
Why developers like Chartio?
Here are some stack decisions, common use cases and reviews by companies and developers who chose Chartio in their tech stack.
Most companies use Google Analytics via the web interface. And although it packs a lot of power and features, it still lacks integration with all other data sources. You can hook Search Console and Adwords but that would be it. However, there is a way you can tap into Google Analytics and overlap it with any other data source you have - from your backend or any other tool you might use. And that is by using the Google Analytics API. Lots of people are familiar with its existence but few are using it. The decision to move and use Google API was based on the shortcomings of the web interface and the ability to collaborate using the same data set, the same view.
So combining Chartio for a good sharable view with Google Analytics API and all the other data we have ( semrush, oncrawl and backend data from several sources) provides a quick view on the KPI we care about and a common view that can be discussed easily - especially for remote teams.
- Direct connections to your data warehouse or database (Redshift, BigQuery, Snowflake, Postgres, MySQL and many more)
- Intuitive drag-and-drop interface for data exploration with Visual SQL as well as direct SQL interface
- Powerful data pipeline for data transformations
- Interactive dashboards with rich visualizations and filters
- Easy collaboration and sharing of charts, reports and dashboards
- Alerts and notifications