Track without being tracked

Self-hosted, Node.js based analytics tool for those who care about privacy. Ackee runs on your own server, analyses the traffic of your websites and provides useful statistics in a minimal interface.

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Views

See how your sites perform and how many visits they have.

Referrers

Know where your users come from using top and recent referrers.

Settings

Remove, edit or add new tracking scripts for your websites.

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Ackee as a hub for all your sites

Server + Interface

Collect data using the centralised API provided by Ackee and enjoy your traffic insights in a modern interface. Ackee is like a minimal Google Analytics that doesn't rely on third-party providers. All data is stored securely on your own infrastructure.

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Install Ackee on your server

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Add a tracking script to your sites

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View and analyse your traffic


At a glance

The interface of Ackee helps you to stay focused. It's blazing fast and easy to navigate. Don't get lost in hundreds of charts and filter options when all you need is simple traffic insights.

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The tracking DNA

No unique user tracking. No cookies. Ackee uses a multi-step process to keep tracked data anonymized while still providing helpful analytics.

Amount of visits

Visit duration

Referrers

Language

Screen dimensions

Display colors

Operating system

Browser

Device


Frequently asked questions

Need more help? Check out the documentation or report an issue on GitHub.

  • Install and run Ackee on your server
  • Add a tracking script to your sites, similar to the JavaScript tracking snippet provided by Google Analytics
  • View and analyse the tracked information in the interface of Ackee

Ackee dependents on …

  • Node.js (v8.11.0 or newer)
  • yarn
  • MongoDB (v4.0.6 or newer)

… but you can also install Ackee using Docker without caring about dependencies.

Ackee tries its best to keep tracked data anonymized. Several steps are used to avoid that users are identifiable, while still providing helpful analytics.

Learn more about the process and how Ackee makes it impossible to reconstruct the browsing history of a user.

The Get started guide on GitHub includes everything you need to get Ackee up and running. No matter if you want to install Ackee using Docker Compose, Docker or manually.