Track any changing number in a click

No API. No coders. Get history of anything.

What is Plottico Tracker?

At Plottico we created the simplest way to collect dynamic data - no API is needed to integrate, just log in and click on the value at web interface of your service, device or website.

CloudFlare, Google Analytics, Bing, D-Link, Nest, Zapier, Carescape, ... 1000+ web integrations supported

Plot directly from websites
and online services

Continuously monitor your processes using our hosted data extraction platform, with zero configuration - just click on the target number to track. Services with logins supported.

View your dashboard on a big screen, share, set alerts and download raw data in CSV from easy-to-use web interface.

Integrate with Tableau Web Data Connector or export CSV

Integrate with Tableau Desktop or Tableau Server by using Web Data Connector - just copy and paste the Tableau WDC link from Plottico interface into your Web Data Connector dialog - everything will be set up automatically. Please find instructions here.

Easily embed live plots into your website or portal

Wordpress, wix, and many others supported. Just paste as embed website URL or an image URL in your favorite web editor. Or simply place an SVG image using <object> for real-time live plot or <img> for static image. You can find more here.

Plottico CPU Load, 1s update using API

StarCraft II viewers, 5min update using Website Plots

And yes, you can use APIs
And we made it simple

With simplest possible GET-based API you can plot your server load, response time, integrate with your database, or get real-time data back from dashboard. Compatible with python, bash, js, and any http-capable system. Browse the full integrations gallery at

Live plotting that just works

Plottico is built on top of a microservice that generates live-streaming SVG-image plots to be embedded as an <object> or <img> tag. To include a live plot on your webpage, you just need to put in an SVG image: <object data="" type="image/svg+xml"/> where YOUR_HASH.svg is an identifier of your stream. Feeding data is just a simple GET to the same hash with an argument d:<value>. The service is free. Full docs are here.