Collect more statistics to better understand simulations
Our simulations often lead to observations that indicate a lack of understanding of the results. This is because the information currently gathered is very high level: client download times and relay load.
We should start collecting more information inside Tor that will allow a more complete analysis of a simulation to be able to say things about congestion, bottlenecks, and which nodes are responsible for certain behaviors. This should improve our ability to reason about future design changes and how they affect Tor's various statistical properties.
This standardize stats across simulations/real experiments/tor metrics.