If you’d like to get your data into an app like Excel for more complex analysis, you can export a CSV.
To do so, visit the Settings menu, and you will see buttons for exporting the various data types.
The CSV exports include all historical data, so exporting your views will give you a spreadsheet listing every view your site has ever received.
Exporting for backups & migrations
If you’d like to export your analytics for migration or as a backup, take a look at this article instead:
Independent Analytics stores your analytics data in the WordPress database, so it’s compatible with all backup and migration plugins. In other words, if you have a backup plugin, the analytics data is automatically included in the backups.
There are some additional steps you’ll want to take when pushing data from a staging site to a production site, and that is covered in the article above.