How To Increase Site Performance Through A/B Split Testing | UX Booth
visto en el twitter de torresburriel
How To Increase Site Performance Through A/B Split TestingA/Bingo: RoR Split Testing by Bingo Card Creator
Google Website Optimizer seems a bit dirty - this looks like a cleaner wayEffective A/B Testing
Ben Tilly presentation on A/B Testing. From start to extracting conclusions.
Enough samples is at least 10 yes and no results in each test
(via <a href="http://simonwillison.net/2009/Sep/13/effective/">Simon Willison</a>)
By Ben Tilly.Perfecting User Experience Design with A/B Testing - Freelance Web Design Belfast Northern Ireland - Lee Munroe
Some great recources for A/B-TestingEasy statistics for AdWords A/B testing, and hamsters
Normally a formal statistical treatment would be too difficult, but I'm here to rescue you with a statistically sound yet incredibly simple formula that will tell you whether or not your A/B test results really are indicating a difference.5 warning signs: Does A/B testing lead to crappy products? | Futuristic Play by @Andrew_Chen
1. Risk-averse design 2. Lack of cohesion 3. Quitting too early 4. Customer hitchhiking 5. Metrics doesn’t replace strategy
Decent A/B article that discusses the local/global maxima issue I've often talked about
a/b testing has shortcomings- be aware of them when doing product design.
need to read but the title seems interesting
Good warnings for A/B testingHow Not To Run An A/B Test
How Not To Run An A/B Test
Interesting argument (with statistical rationalisation) explaining why A/B tests should be run to a fixed number of observations. Advises against pushing a winner too quickly.
A good article which suggests not ending an A/B test too soon just because it has reached 95% confidence.The Ultimate Guide To A/B Testing - Smashing Magazine
RT @Jake_Hird: Light reading for a Friday afternoon: The ultimate guide to A/B testing http://ow.ly/23gk2 #yamOptimizely: Website A/B testing you'll actually use
Website A/B testing you'll actually use