The statistics page provided by PrestaShop 1.5 is a very important page in that it includes large amount of tracked information about your PrestaShop store. Since there are so many details on the stats, we will break down the individual sections starting with navigating around the stats page.  The following tutorial will describe the different parts of the Stats page as it appears in the PrestaShop 1.5 Administrator.

Describing the Stats Page in PrestaShop 1.5

    To get to the Stats page, login as the Administrator, hover over STATS on the menu bar and click on STATS when it appears in the drop down menu. You will see the following :


    The left side of the page includes a column labeled NAVIGATION.  This includes 22 links with the last link being the page first displayed:  STATS DASHBOARD.  The dashboard also has a top row that allows the administrator to select a time to filter the data being shown.  Here's a sample of the Stats Dashboard :


    You can see that all amounts are noted to be without taxes added. Beneath the dashboard is a stats area called CONVERSION.  This area shows your visitors and the orders they have made and how much money each customer has yielded.


    The next section shows the distribution statistics of the store.  You have Payment, Category, Language, Zone, Currency and Attribute distribution.  Payment, Category and Currency distribution each have an option to select zone which is defined as follows:

    Central America/Antilla
    Europe (outside of E.U.)
    North America
    South America

    These zones are defined in the LOCALIZATION menu see Defining the Zones for Shops in PrestaShop 1.5 for further information.

    The final section of the STATS screen are the SETTINGS.  The SETTINGS are located directly beneath the NAVIGATION column.  Here's a screenshot:


    Settings includes the GRAPH ENGINE, GRID ENGINE, and AUTO-CLEAN PERIOD.

    For further information on the STATS page, go to the breakdown pages for the Navigation, Settings, Conversion, and Distribution sections.

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