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The Split Blog
How to Compute the Confusion Matrix of Your Tests After Running One Hundred Experiments
After running about 100 experiments, you will have gone through a lot of conversations with stakeholders.
Why Run a Holdout Pattern?
When you run multiple experiments, their overall effect is not just the sum of all the average estimated impacts.
“Journey’s to Best Practices”
“Journeys to Best Practice ” is our commitment to providing customers this scalable, industry-leading support. Designed to help reinforce cultural change, we aim to meet the unique needs of every customer and user, including programs that can be tailored to your needs and expectations – from one-to-one expert advice to easy self-service offerings.
Breaking Barriers With External Feature Flags
Feature flags are becoming table stakes among top-performing development teams. Many teams are starting their journey with feature flags by going open source or developing their own homegrown tool. As teams get familiar with these basic tools, they soon hit a wall that prevents them from tackling meaty problems at scale.