Beginners to tracking software usually go overboard with stats, to the point that they become overwhelmed or at least a slave to the stats. Start with the basic stats on the HUD like VPIP/PFR/AF(q)/cbet/3bet/F3bet and use the pop-ups for less-used stats that you only infrequently need to reference.
As others have said, stop worrying so much about 3betting light and bluffing
-- another common beginner mistake. There's not nearly as much bluffing going on in poker as people new to poker assume there is, and at the micros people just don't like to fold so bluffing without a good read or stats just isn't profitable. As a general rule, keep your game tight and aggressive and bet for value. You'll get plenty of takers. You'll also see a lot of suckouts, but such is poker -- the important thing is you're making the +EV moves.
Originally Posted by acky100
Wouldn't worry about it too much, i still don't understand the aggression stats very well! The most important stuff to understand are Vpip and Pfr. The larger the gap between Vpip/Pfr the more passive the player (generally)
I would tend to disagree, I think aggression stats are very useful. True, for a beginner it's probably easier to just focus on VPIP/PFR because a lot of time it will give you a close approximation of overall aggression. But they're only preflop stats. There are many players, especially at the micros, who have a very passive preflop game because they like to see cheap flops, but love to stab at pots postflop or treat draws like the nuts. So preflop aggression (or lack thereof) can translate to incorrect postflop assumptions with these players. AF/AFq are weighted heavily (3:1) towards postflop aggression and so give you a more accurate read.