@mbo20, Regarding their use, this is just "data". The way you choose to analyze data creates "information" which can then be used to make decisions.
@hnyman, The current content is not very useful data, indeed it is incomplete data (truncated file names) and not readily exported for analysis. There is very limited drill down (ie section only) and one should be able to go to a prior month (after the month is complete) to see it's complete picture. I can only see the incomplete current month (as best I can tell).
I submit these "stats" are pretty much useless for analytical purposes as they are presented.
This data should be broken into snapshots and release (with version or build), and within each, firmware and packages, (which I am not clear are in the stats) and maybe a few others like packages.gz and failogs seperatly. One should then be able to export this data, with a press of a button, to excel, by period, with each folder level in it's own column.
This is the minimum dissection to retrieve what I consider any useful "information", but I expect that the ability to analyze the full detail of each request will tell more, like why in April, Italy accounted for 80+% of the page requests and hits and 70+% of the consumed bandwidth. OUCH!