What is StatHat?
It only takes one line of code. Beautiful charts, automatic anomaly detection, 30-day forecasts. Used by over 6,000 companies.
StatHat is a tool in the Business Dashboards category of a tech stack.
Who uses StatHat?
6 companies reportedly use StatHat in their tech stacks, including TimeHop, Runbook, and Upworthy.
5 developers on StackShare have stated that they use StatHat.
PagerDuty, Papertrail, Geckoboard, Runbook, and Zenduty are some of the popular tools that integrate with StatHat. Here's a list of all 5 tools that integrate with StatHat.
Pros of StatHat
- Beautiful, accurate views of your stats.
- iPhone App: view stats, get push alerts. Free.
- Automatic and manual alerts
- StatHat Trends: 30-day forecasts for all your stats.
- Easy to integrate, designed for the full team to use.
- Simple email reports
- Integration with Status Board and Campfire
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