Analytics can be really useful to improve yourself as a streamer.
So it is good that Twitch offers streamers the Channel Analytics.
But what's missing is the information about how to evaluate the data?
I mean like it would be very helpful to know the correlations and causalities of the data categories.
You have all the data it needs to research this and maybe you already did, so please publish such information somewhere content creators have access to.
Especially small streamers don't get that many data so that they could research it on their own.
If there are correlations and causalities then you could display them in a line diagram.
Or for example there correlation between revenue and average viewers and also the causality that more average viewers cause more revenue, then you could add the category revenue per average viewer.
Also import are data like how many of the people who saw my streams on the Browse Page did click in %.
This helps to see how good the title or the stream scene are.
My advise is take a look on youtube, their analytics are great and they also have a youtube channel ("Creator Insider") where they explain the analytics and how to evaluate them, they also explain how things like their recommendation system works, give advise to content creators based on their collected data and more.
Hope this feedback helps.