The Data section of your Peacock Service Panel provides you with added context regarding the payments data you import into Pagos. It contains the following pages:
The Data Import Logs page displays the status of our data pulls from your payment processors, including when the data import occurred and what time period we imported data for.
You can use the following filters at the top of the Data Import Logs page to refine your list of data pulls:
- Imported on - Set a date range for when the data import occurred
- Imported period - Set a date range for the data pulled into Peacock by the import
- Processor- View data imports only for the selected payment service provider (PSPs)
- Status - View only data imports with the selected status (e.g. Success, Pending, or Failed)
Click Retry on a failed data import to retry the data pull.
We designed the Know Your Data section of Peacock to help you better understand what's going on behind your payments data. Each page in this section presents statistics on attributes of your data to better inform how you filter your charts and dashboards when searching for insights or checking the health of your payments stack. This section contains pages named for specific data filters, along with a set of pages categorized under distribution summary.
Each page includes a table that breaks down your payments data by the parameters of the named data filter. To select which columns of data appear for each parameter, click the list icon in the top-right corner of the table; options include Total Transaction Count, Approval Rate, Decline Count, and more.
You can take the following actions to organize a Know Your Data table:
- Drag and drop the columns into the desired order
- Click a column header to sort the table’s data in ascending or descending order by that column’s values
- Use the Period or Processor filters to filter the entire data set
- Click the Download button to download a CSV file of the table’s data; keep in mind, the downloaded file will only include the columns you've selected
At this time, Know Your Data contains the following pages:
This table identifies the top BINs associated with payment cards you've processed transactions for. This page includes two unique filters:
- Use the Count filter to select the number of individual BINs you want to view your payments data broken down by.
- Use the Transaction Response Code filter to identify the BINs associated with transactions that were declined for a specific reason (e.g. suspected_fraud)
This table identifies the top soft descriptors used in your transaction data, along with aggregated metrics for the transactions tagged with those soft descriptors. Use the Count filter to select the number of soft descriptors (e.g. 100, 200, etc.) you want to view your payments data broken down by.
You can use this information to identify the best soft descriptors to filter your standard and custom dashboards by when exploring trends in your transaction data. Keep in mind, the Soft Descriptor filter requires you to enter the exact soft descriptor you want to filter your data by; copy the exact soft descriptor value from this table to use in the filter.
Using the Metadata filter, select a metadata field you want to view payments data for. The table then displays each metadata value associated with that field, along with aggregated metrics for the transactions tagged with those metadata values. Use the Count filter to select the number of metadata values (e.g. 100, 200, etc.) you want to view your payments data broken down by.
You can use this information to identify the best metadata fields to filter your standard and custom dashboards. Learn more about how you might use Metadata in our Labeling Transactions with Soft Descriptors and Metadata guide.
This section of Know Your Data pages provides you with a holistic view of the distribution of certain values across your payments data. At this time, it contains one sub-page for Average Order Value, which displays histograms of your average order value data. Select from the following sub-charts:
- Order Value Histogram: Transaction Count - View the frequency distribution of the number of transactions processed within a specific range of average order value (AOV). For example, you processed 45 transactions that had an AOV between $5 and $10, and only 12 transactions that had an AOV between $90 and $100.
- Order Value Histogram: Transaction Value - View the combined value of all transactions processed within each defined range of average order value. For example, you made a total of $360 from transactions that had an AOV between $5 and $10, and $1140 from transactions that had an AOV between $90 and $100.
Both Average Order Value histograms disply your AOV in USD, meaning all transaction values—regardless of the processing currency—are converted into USD for these graphs.
Updated 27 days ago