Maybe grouping your stats into logical groups can help break up the long list?
Here's my thinking:
In this way, the general category of the stat can be searched for, then the smaller detailed stats are not so difficult to find because you are searching from a smaller group.
Say for example, there are around 10 numerical stats that we want to
show. How should hierarchy be determined when we are unsure of what
data is most important?
This must come from business. Unless you have domain expertise you cannot make any decisions.
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