Understand the Results Page


You can't get a long-term benefit from your experiment and iterate it out into new development if you don't analyze and understand your results. To understand your results properly, you need to know how to read the results page. Properly reading the results page will also give you the tools to decide when to declare an experiment inconclusive and will give you clues about how to move forward from a loss.

In this course, you'll learn how to answer the following questions:

  1. What information do I have available to me on the results page?
  2. What am I looking for in my data?
  3. What insights can I glean from these results?

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