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Introduction to Sequencing

The sequencing feature allows you to utilize pattern recognition within transaction data. As you navigate through this section, you will learn how to apply this feature to quickly and efficiently identify periodic incomes and expenses of a user, transforming raw transactional data into insightful patterns.

The 'Sequencing' API endpoint takes a consent with bank transactions as an input and applies advanced algorithms to detect recurring income and expenditure patterns. This automatic recognition streamlines the process of understanding the financial habits of a user and paves the way for personalized financial advice and services.

This powerful tool can help in numerous scenarios, whether it's for identifying consistent monthly salaries, spotting regular utility payments, or detecting repeating rental income. By recognizing these patterns, you can gain a clearer understanding of a user's financial behavior, enabling more precise decision-making and personalized user experiences.


Furthermore, the 'Sequencing' feature doesn't just stop at identifying patterns. It provides you with extensive statistics for each identified sequence, giving you a comprehensive overview of the user's financial behavior. These statistics allow you to assess the stability and quality of the identified sequences, offering insights into the frequency, variability, and reliability of these recurring transactions.

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In the following pages, you will find a detailed guide on how to query the 'Sequencing' API endpoint, complete with example Postman requests and detailed information about the data structures.