We use Google Analytics to measure how users interact with our website. We get to see how users arrive and navigate through. It also provides us with information on devices and browser is being used to access the website. All this anonymous information is aggregated by the clever people at Google, who piece it altogether to provide us with an overview of activity on our website.
We log requests to our website and the Grafl API. This helps us identify any problems that might occur. All logging is anonymous and stored for a limited period. We track the origin of API requests, to help us better understand how the service is being used, but we don’t store any plots or data that is posted to us (the exception being plots generated by GET requests, as query parameters will appear in the logs for a limited period of time).
We won’t share any of the data we do collect with anyone outside the Grafl team.