What do people think of Numeracy?
I've been using Numeracy for the last 6 months to track analytics on a wide range of metrics in a SAAS service.
Having built KPI dashboards for my own startups several times in the past I wish Numeracy had existed back then – with less than an hours work you can have a dashboard that aggregates data from across your application. You'll refer to it every day to help you make core business decisions.
The team behind Numeracy are some really talented folks I worked with back in my Dropbox days. That culture of thoughtful user experience design coupled with deceptively well executed technical work carries over perfectly to Numeracy.
I've used Numeracy to perform ad-hoc data exploration on several different datasets and to collaborate with colleagues using the results of the explorations. The team is super responsive to feedback and support requests.
In getting Bright solar off the ground, I've tried several tools from psql, pgcli, pgweb, Metabase and finally Periscope. For quick analysis, nothing even compares to the raw speed of Numeracy.
Numeracy gets out of my way and lets me write SQL, but goes above and beyond. The automatically calculated column statistics of any query have already helped me identify and fix data bugs I wasn't even looking for, and the "record view" for JSONB types is singlehandedly saving my vision.
This is the simple SQL tool I've been looking for since the first time I used phpMyAdmin, and is steadily replacing my BI use cases too.