Another of my clients is about embark on another round of A/B testing, so I thought I’d post some of my favorite A/B testing resources, summarizing each as a single rule: Why you should always set your sample size (n) in advance:In How Not to Run an A/B Test @evmill makes the case for always fixing yourContinue reading “A/B testing for the statistically inclined”

# Tag Archives: R

## Getting Started with R, Regression, and Survival Analysis

I’ve been doing a lot of data analysis for a couple clients lately; I’m using R pretty heavily, and thought that I would create this post to keep track of the R resources I use most. This post will be updated frequently over the coming days as I fine-tune my R installation. Things I useContinue reading “Getting Started with R, Regression, and Survival Analysis”