I was recently looking at the Migration Stats for Math.SE (10k view). (I wanted to see what other sites thought of as good/bad migrations.)
I like the statistics view since it shows me a rough idea of how good or bad we are at migrating to a particular site. However, it's hard to "drill down" and look only at the questions sent to a particular site.
For instance, if I want to see which questions we sent to Physics in the last 90 days and were accepted vs. rejected, I can't do so (at least, from this view). Sure, I can see a long list of every question that was migrated to/from the site in the here/away/rejected tabs, but they aren't organized by source/destination site (which is useful). The ability to access this information is important for maintaining good "inter-site" relations; if I can see what questions were migrated to physics and rejected, I can improve over time.
The request: Turn the
[site] -> [site] icons on the Stats page into links to a listing of the questions to which they are referring, organized by rejected/accepted. Specifically, if I clicked
[MathOverflow] -> [Math.SE] below, I'd be taken to a page listing the 66 questions that MathOverflow sent to Math.SE. There would be two columns (or two collapsible rows) on this page: accepted migrations and rejected migrations.
(I wasn't sure if I'm not supposed to share the statistics--I did have to get 10k to see them to begin with--so I blacked out the "% rejected," which I'd guess to be the most "sensitive" information.)