Without being an expert for touch and goes, I would strongly recommend using one of the toolboxes available and a real programming language, typically Python or R, for your evaluation. They can extract flights and trajectories and visualize it. Check them out here: opensky-network.org/data/data-tools
The geofencing isn't difficult with those tools but also on the shell directly. See useful query examples here: opensky-network.org/data/impala
To get info on the planes, you can use opensky-network.org/aircraft-database
or the callsigns which are also available.