The statistics section will give you a short overview about what is going on with your relay. It will only show up, if you are running a relay.
Every relay has got a fingerprint by which it is uniquely addressed within the Tor network. Click on it to see all the information about your relay the Tor network has gathered on http://atlas.torproject.org.
In case you have not entered anything into the “Relay Address” field of the relay configuration section, Tor will guess your external IP address which is shown here.
The total traffic Tor has transferred since the last start of the service.
If you are using traffic limits for Tor, you will see information about that here.
Shows when the current interval has been started and when it will end. All dates and times are shown in UTC.
Shows the already used traffic and what is left.
Shows a list of all connected relays. Click on the name of the relay to get to it's Atlas page. You will also see the IP address of the relay and the port it uses. The country in which is the relay is running is shown by a little flag next to the IP address.
The last column in the list shows the estimated connection bandwidth to the relay.