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Analyzing statistics just isn’t that easy

9 December 2013 by Marieke van de Rakt

Having a solid statistical and scientific background, I often find myself frustrated by research and data-analysis in User Experience Metrics, Conversion Optimization and Google Analytics. In my opinion, doing research and analysing statistics requires proper training and understanding of what you are doing. Am I the only one? You need a brain to do statistics! …

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Should you test that?

20 November 2013 by Marieke van de Rakt

Learning more and more about Conversion Optimization, it appeared to me as though testing (A/B or multivariate) is the only way to go.  Most of the sites of agencies claiming to help optimize your conversion, state that you should separately test every freaking little change you make on your page. Of course, I am exaggerating …

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Plugin to the Future

In the past years, the number of plugins has grown enormously. Is it likely that this number will continue to increase? And what will the consequences of these enormous numbers of plugins be? Is it desirable to have so many different plugins or do we need consolidation? Let’s philosophize a little: Explaining the increase in …

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Science of Conversion Rate Optimization

24 September 2013 by Marieke van de Rakt - 7 Comments

Conversion rate tests are very useful,  but without proper knowledge of research and statistics, the pitfall of interpreting your results incorrectly is large. 1. Research design is beautiful but NOT flawless As I started to investigate upon the test designs of conversion rate testing, I was astonished and delighted with the beauty of the design …

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