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accepted Are simultaneous tests on different stages of a multi-step form statistically independent?
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comment Simplest, cheapest solution for hosted A/B tests?
Nice idea they've got, provided you only want to A/B test your Calls to Action.
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comment Simplest, cheapest solution for hosted A/B tests?
@JasonRR - nice tech talk, good explanation of the Groundhog Day problem.
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comment Are simultaneous tests on different stages of a multi-step form statistically independent?
Thank you - a great answer, worth reading slowly and digesting.
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comment When does statistical significance matter?
Wish I could star answers as well as questions!
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comment Are simultaneous tests on different stages of a multi-step form statistically independent?
Good point. I need to be aware of possible inconstancies between say, styling or page layout variables on different pages. In fact I am thinking mainly of content variables which I will make it my business to ensure have no obvious inter-page affinities. I suspect I am just going to have to try this and see if subtle affinities emerge - but I'd love to know if anyone has already trodden this path...
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asked Are simultaneous tests on different stages of a multi-step form statistically independent?
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comment Correct terminology for “please the interviewer” bias?
Compliance is short and snappy, thanks!
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comment Correct terminology for “please the interviewer” bias?
I like this - I'm going to use that Dian Fossey line, in conversation if not actually in my report