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You can find definitions of the metrics and terms in our glossary, alphabetised by the name of the metric or term. You can also find general notes about the data shown in that area, such as the definition of "day" or "same day last year."
Yes, you can use the Download this data functionality on any report page to download the data on that page. A pop-up window appears with the parameters you selected and a button to download the data. The data you download is formatted as plain text, with each field separated by with a tab character.
The easiest way to view this data in Microsoft Excel is to download this text file to your computer, start Microsoft Excel, and then use File, Open to open the text file. When you open the file, select "Text file (tab-delimited)" as the file type so you can import the data. After you open the file, you can use Microsoft Excel to analyse or format the data as you want. You can probably use a similar method with most analytics programmes. Consult your software documentation on the actual steps you need to follow.
Please note: Some versions of Microsoft Excel do not display the option of opening a text file as "Text file (tab-delimited)." You can still open the text file.
The metrics in each report are updated on a regular basis, depending on the report. Some reports are updated daily with data from the previous day. For example, you can see data for Wednesday by the end of the day on Thursday, and data for the previous week by the end of the day on Sunday.
Please note: A week runs from Sunday to Saturday.
You can use the glossary to view the definitions for each field; then, you can correlate this information with other data you have. For instance, to match orders you received for a given day with the data from the Sales and Traffic Time Series metrics report and the order report, total the orders and total item price you received in the order report for orders with same payment processing day. Then you can aggregate the total units, orders, and item sales. You can use this method to view detailed information or drill down on data you viewed in the Sales and Traffic Time Series report.