I believe you can click on each individual player's screen name and it will tell you how many hands they've played at each stake and game type (e.g. 5/10 NLH, 10/10 PLO SH, etc.) and how much they made at each level. All the HU games have "HU" in the name of the stake level, all the 6-max games have "SH" in the name of the stake level, and the full-ring games don't have either of those.
I think their winrates are behind the "premium" wall, though, so I'm not sure how much you would have to pay to get all the data you need.
And if you don't want to do it by hand, you could always write a web-scraping script that sends an HTTP request, gets back the source for the web page, and then parses the response to find the stakes and income.
For example, if you do a view > source on Ojecat's player page, you'll see that the names of all the stake levels are in HTML tags with the form: <td><a href="http://www.pokertableratings.com/ongame-player-analysis/ojecat/10-10-PL-3-omaha-USD" title="$10/$10 PLO">$10/$10 PLO</a></td>
So you could loop through looking for <a href> tags with -player-analysis somewhere in the link, then look for title="...", and check the title to see if it contains either of the strings " HU" or " SH". Then parse the amount of money won, etc., and add it to your database (or write to an Excel file or whatever you want to do with it).