You may want to disable Analytics in your project if you find you no longer need it. You can disable Analytics from within the project settings in the Vercel dashboard. If you are unsure if a project has Analytics enabled, see Identifying if Analytics is enabled.
If no data has been collected yet then you will see an Awaiting Data popup. From here you can click the Disable Analytics button:
If data points have been collected, click on the ellipsis on the top-right of the Analytics page and select Disable Performance Analytics:
When you disable Analytics in the middle of your billing cycle, it will not be removed instantly. Instead it will stop collecting new data points but will continue to show already collected data until the end of the cycle, see the prorating docs for more information.
If you have many projects on your Vercel account and are not sure which of them has Analytics enabled, you can see this from the dashboard without needing to check each project separately. The different circles in the right corner of each project card will show the Analytics status.
If the project uses a supported framework but Analytics is not enabled, then the circle will look like the below:
If Analytics is enabled but no data points have been collected yet then it will show an empty circle, like the below:
If Analytics is enabled and data points have been collected then the circle will be coloured with a number inside, similar to the below image: