Analytics Parameters Dictionary

Here are all the smart Sorters and Filters that can be used in the app

Miriam from Kimonix

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Good to know: 

  • Analytics Parameters depend on the time period set in the app's settings. Refer to this article to learn how to change it.
  • To find a specific "Name," use the keyboard shortcut "Control+F" (or "Command+F" on a Mac).
  • This table provides the Name, Description, Calculation method of Parameters, and offers guidance for correct insertion.
#NameDescriptionCalculationHow to Insert in the app?
1Tags (from Shopify)Refers to the tags defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on tags in a Kimonix collection.Select from list.
2SKUs (from Shopify)Refers to the SKUs defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on SKUs in a Kimonix collection.Select from list.
3Barcodes (from Shopify)Refers to the Barcodes defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on barcodes in a Kimonix collection.Select from list.
4Product type (from Shopify)Refers to the product type defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on types in a Kimonix collection.Select from list.
5Vendor (from Shopify)Refers to the product’s vendor as defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on vendors in a Kimonix collection.Select from list.
6Title (from Shopify)Refers to the product’s title defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on titles in a Kimonix collection.Text. When using "contain" add "|" symbol between several.
7Handle (from Shopify)Refers to the handles defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on the handle in a Kimonix collection.Text. Add a comma (,) between several.
8Product ID (from Shopify)Refers to the product ID defined within Shopify.You can include or exclude products based on Barcodes when creating a Kimonix collection.Text. Add a comma (,) between several.
9Created atThe date when the product was originally created in Shopify.--Date (e.g. 2022-04-03)
10Published atThe product's publishing date that indicates when the last publish was made.--Date (e.g. 2022-04-03)
11Updated atThe date of the product's most recent update.--Date (e.g. 2022-04-03)
12Back in stock atThe date when a product came back in stock.Calculated under the condition that after installing the app, the product went out of stock and was replenished.Date (e.g. 2022-04-03)
13Restocked atThe date when the stock quantity of one or more variants of a product is increased by 2 items or more.To illustrate, if a product has 3 variants and variant #2 is restocked with an additional 10 items, the product will be marked as restocked at that date.Date (e.g. 2022-04-03)
14Days since createdThe number of days since the product was created on Shopify.There is an option to use Statistics (Average and Median).Number
15Days since updatedThe number of days since the product had an update.There is an option to use Statistics (Average and Median).Number
16Days since publishedThe number of days since the product was published and made live on the store.There is an option to use Statistics (Average and Median).Number
17Days since back in stockThe Number of days since a product became back in stock.Calculated under the condition that after installing the app, the product went out of stock (all variants = 0) and was replenished (at least 1 varient have stock). There is an option to use Statistics (Average and Median).Number
18Days since RestockedThe number of days that have passed since the product was last restocked (see also "Restocked at" Parameter #13)There is an option to use Statistics (Average and Median).Number
19Price (variants' max)The highest price among the product's variants.Takes any discounted prices as the final reference.Number
20Price (variants' min)The lowest price among the product's variants.Takes any discounted prices as the final reference.Number
21Price (variants' avg)The average price across all variants.Takes any discounted prices as the final reference.Number
22DiscountThe discount on the price of a product.Price / Compared at price (see Parameter #46)Fraction (e.g. 0.2 to indicate 20%)
23CostThe cost of the product.Must be set on Shopify admin.Number
24InventoryThe current inventory of a product.If the product has variants, this will be calculated as the sum of all variants' inventories.Number
25Variants numberThe quantity of distinct variants for a product.Variants count. Including out-of-stock variants.Number
26Variants with stockThe count of product variants with stock larger than 0.Variants count - only for variants with stock larger than 0.Number
27Variants with stock ratioThis Parameter helps avoid showing or promoting variants when the majority of them are out of stock. It's the % of variants that currently have available stock out of the total number of variants.For instance, if a product has 5 sizes (variants) - XS, S, M, L, and XL - and only sizes XS and XL are in stock, then this parameter will be calculated as 2 out of 5, resulting in a ratio of 2/5=0.4, which is equivalent to 40%.Fraction (e.g. 0.4 to indicate 40%)
28Days to finish inventoryThe number of days it will take to finish the current inventory.Calculated based on the daily sales rate, as shown in the "Daily Sales" Parameter (# 33).Number
29Inventory valueThe value of the current inventory. (For this Parameter to work, make sure the cost parameter is set on Shopify admin).The number of inventory units X Product cost.Number
30MarginThe margin of a product in absolute numbers. (For this Parameter to work, make sure the cost parameter is set on Shopify).The price of the product – The cost of the product. There is an option to use Statistics (Average and Median).Number
31Margin XThe margin multiplication of a product. (For this Parameter to work, make sure the cost parameter is set on Shopify)The price of the product / The cost of the product. E.g: For a margin of 50%, use the formula: 1 / (1 - 0.5), to know the number to insert in the app. Which in this case is 2.Number
32Real Margin XThe margin multiplication of a product after it's sold with promotions and discount codes applied. This is the actual Margin X of a product in your store. (For this Parameter to work, make sure the cost parameter is set on Shopify).Net sales of the product / Sales quantity of the product / Cost of the product. E.g: For a real margin of 50%, use the formula: 1 / (1 - 0.5), to know the number to insert in the app. Which in this case is 2.Number
33Daily salesThe daily sales rate of a product is calculated according to the time period set in the setting.Sales quantity / Days in the time period. If a product’s “days since published” or “days since back in stock” are less than the time period, the calculation will be a bit different:  Sales quantity / Days since published or Days since back in stock. Includes historic data before the app was installed.Number
34Sales (money)The total sales revenue within the defined time period.--Number
35Sales quantityThe total quantity of units sold for a product within the defined time period.Includes historic data from Shopify, before the app was installed.Number
36Conversion RateThe conversion rate of a product is a measure of how many visitors purchased a product out of the total number of a product’s page views.Appeared in orders / product views from collections.
Includes data from app install only.

Fraction (e.g. 0.4 to indicate 40%)
37Page viewsThe quantity of times a product page has been viewed.Includes data from app install only.Number
38List viewsThe number of times the product appeared in a product list (List = Collection).Includes data from app install only, with Interpolation if needed.Number
39List CTRList Click Through Rate – The rate at which users clicked through on the product in a product list (List = Collection).Product page views / List views (#38). Includes data from app install only, with Interpolation if needed.Fraction (e.g. 0.4 to indicate 40%)
40Adds to cartThe quantity of times a product was added to the cart.In the same shopping cart, multiple identical items will be counted as one item. Includes data from app install only.Number
41Reviews avgThe average rating based on product reviews.Supported only with reviews integration.Number
42Reviews numberThe number of reviews that the product has received.Supported only with reviews integrationNumber
43Appeared in ordersUnique appearances of a product in orders.Counting a product once, even if it's included multiple times in a single order.Number
44Variants titlesRefers to the variant titles.You can include or exclude products based on the variant title when creating a Kimonix collection.Text. Use a "|" symbol between several.
45WeightRefers to the product weight.Must be set on Shopify admin.Number
46Compare at priceThe price before discount.This Parameter will be empty if there is no discount applied.Number
47Compare at price (variants min)The price before discount, based on the variants minimum.This Parameter will be empty if there is no discount applied.Number
48Compare at price (variants avg)The price before discount, based on the variants average.This Parameter will be empty if there is no discount applied.Number
49Inventory variants minThe Inventory of the variant with the lowest amount.--Number
50Inventory variants avgThe average of the variants inventory.--Number
51Inventory variants maxThe Inventory of the variant with the highest amount.--Number
52Raw inventoryInventory without considering if tracked and policy when out of stock.--Number
53Views from a collectionProduct page views originate only from clicks on the collection page.











Loop returns integration parameters:

#NameDescriptionCalculationHow to insert in the app?
1Returned items quantityThe count of items returned for a specific product.--Number
2Returned moneyThe total value of the items that have been returned.--Number
3Returned weight gramsThe combined weight of the returned items.Measured in grams.Number
4Days since last returnThe number of days since the product was last returned.--Number
5Last return atThe date when a product was last returned.--Date
6Returns rateThe returns rate of a productReturned items quantity/ Sales quantity 
Fraction (e.g. 0.2 to indicate 20%)


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