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We tackle some of the nitty-gritty, advanced statistical concepts that must be addressed by statisticians and data scientists when adopting A/B testing in practice.
One of the biggest promises of data science is for business owners and executives to be able to understand the causal relationships and fundamental drivers that underpin their business. Find out how A/B tests can be leveraged to do just that and why you should.