What do the success rate and average price mean?

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12 Nov 14 04:34:13 am
I noticed on the market research lab tab that it has products listed with their success rates and average ending prices. But what doesn't make sense to me is that it had the ipad with 37% success rate and a average ending price of $42, and also for the xbox 360 was 36% success and $24 average ending price, how can that be? I know that both of those products sell for way more than that. Are these statistics from ebay? What do they really mean, any help would be greatly appreciated.

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12 Nov 14 06:47:58 am
Hi Omer,

That's definitely an omnomally and I passed that onto support to take a look at.

As it turns out, this is what happened. The lab has gathered the average price for all the product listings that have either ipad or xbox 360 in the listing title. so the search is too broad in a sense as it covers all products ipad (including accessories/ compatible add-ons) and the same for xbox 360 (includes the games, controllers and accessories)

The tech department has now been informed of the issue and will begin working on solving the problem


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