as we as a clan are quite interested in the activity level of our members, I started working on a C# application which provides us with certain graphs and tables regarding the activity and progress of our staff. I recently started to redo that application as a webserver, and not just for our 3 clans, but in General for the EU cluster.
One thing different from the other sites I was using myself, is that I store and analyze historical data (not just the current one coming from the API).
Since a couple of days ago I'm tracking the members of the top 2500 clans on the EU cluster (might have missed some though), and the database now consists of ~178k players. Once someone searches for a player not yet in my DB, I'll start tracking him and his clan automatically (will take a couple of hours though, until the whole clan is listed).
The site is
It's not yet finished, there are still quite some features which I already have working in the application version, but they'll get implemented one after the other, so watch for the progress. Also I still need to implement some optimisations for mobile phones (especially on the clan tank stats part).
Ah, by the way, one undocumented feature is, in the clan activity table you can right-click a name and go to the player stats of the selected player.
let me know your thoughts
By the way, if your account was not tracked so far, like I said, I'll start tracking today. The stats I grab are then the '0' level for your account. If you play again tomorrow, and the first grabbing cycle catches you after you log out from a session, then only you'll see the graphs coming. Gee, that sounds complicated, but I hope you'll catch what I mean.
You searched for your player now, which enlists you for getting tracked from now on. Tomorrow you'll play again and log out at 3PM let's say. Maybe at 4PM an update cycle catches you, maybe it will take until 6PM, depends on the cycle. So starting from that point you'll have a bar for tomorrow.
Removed old link as too many people still clicked it
Edited by aydie, 09 January 2017 - 02:20 PM.