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  • A/B Testing Essay

    1. A/B Testing - What Is A/B Testing? A/B testing is basically a test where two or extra variations of a web page are shown to users at random, and statistical evaluation is used to examine which version performs better for a given conversion goal. Running an A/B test directly compares a version against a current existing performance means that we can ask centered questions about alterations to the website. And collect data generated from the variation effect. Testing eliminates the guesswork and redefines the website optimization process. It allows more and better data-advised selections which cause shift trade conversations from "we consider" to "we know." By measuring the impact on the metrics caused by the variation. 2. How A/B Testing…

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  • Essay On The Pros And Cons Of A/B Testing

    In this assignment, we will talk about how to build a successful testing program and why it is important to set goals before testing and also why hypothesis test is important. A Brief Introduction In today’s Internet world it is possible to run experiments that can tell us how the customers/visitors will react to our website’s design and configuration. What a testing program does is very simple: it gives the users the opportunity to create different versions of the same website and publish it so…

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  • Using Descriptive Statistics And Pearson 's Correlation Coefficient

    This article used the appropriate statistical procedures for the study. Using descriptive statistics and Pearson’s correlation allows the researcher to reveal if any correlation coefficients among variables are found. Also, using the path analysis to find the relationships among the variables was a key factor. The sample was significant for the study and the path analysis model because it required a large number of cases and this study had 2,565 participants. The responses from the survey…

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  • Fastcat Compensation Case Study

    FastCat Compensation Case Phase 2: External Competitiveness Presented to Oliver Stoutner, M.B.A. HR Practicum I: Compensation and Benefits MGT 4250-01 Presented By Morgan Tullis Kimberly Bowers Ashlie Hawes Travis Stone Rachel Kipling Step 1: Recommend Strategy for Competitiveness When determining a compensation strategy for FastCat, we decided the best option would be to have a job-based structure. The reason for this is that we want to focus on our internal pay structure and measure them…

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  • Nature And Importance Of Innovation

    Introduction What is innovation? A using of new ideas to products, processes and other aspects of a firm activities lead to an increasing in value of the firm, benefits to customers or other enterprise, this situation is called innovation. A key issue to distinguish innovation, bringing a truly novel item that is produced by new techniques and designs into market; this item can be new to the firm, new to relevant market. Moreover, whether relevant market is domestic or global market is based…

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  • Investigating The Experiment On AISI 316 Austenite Stainless Steel

    T.T.M Kannan et al. [2014] performed the experiment on AISI 316 Austenite stainless steel to investigate the heat partition, tool wear and tool life. In their investigation they found that CBN cutting inserts has been damaged in moderate cutting velocity and produce good machinability and higher cutting temperature decreases the yield strength of produced white layer. [11] R.Suresh et al. [2014] studied the effect of various cutting parameters in hard turning of AISI H13 steel at 55 HRC with…

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  • Teacher Retention: A Case Study

    The survey instrument created for this study includes relational questions to discover whether one or more working conditions predicts teacher retention and whether the absence of one or more working conditions predicts the likelihood a teacher will leave teaching or migrate to a new building. The survey contains both Likert-type scaled response ratings and demographic questions designed to identify teacher characteristics such as grade level. There are four constructs in this study:…

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  • Artificial Neural Network Model In Construction Industry

    At first stage it is planned to use structured questioner to collect data from homogeneous and comprehensive samples for different project types and different procurement method. This data will be used to identify the significant risk factors inherent with the industry. At second stage cash flow forecast and actual cost flow cast will be collected. Then artificial neural network model will be developed to identify risk impacts. This will be followed by five stages 1)data acquisition, analysis…

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  • Iranian Natural Resources

    Kanungo et al. 2008; Pradhan 2010, 2011; Pourghasemi et al. 2012; Regmi et al. 2013; Zhu et al. 2014(, artificial neural networks (Ermini et al. 2005; Kanungo et al. 2006; Melchiorre et al. 2008; Yilmaz 2009, 2010; Pradhan & lee 2010; Poudyal et al. 2010; Pradhan & Buchroithner 2010; Zare et al. 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Salarian et al. 2014; Conforti et al. 2014), support vector machines (Yao et al. 2008; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Pourghasemi et al., 2013; Kavzoglu et al. 2014; Peng et al.…

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  • Animal Testing Is Wrong Essay

    Is Animal Testing Wrong? In the current discussions of animal testing, an important argument has been whether or not animal testing is wrong, considering that animals have feelings. One viewpoint is that using animals for testing is completely okay and important in human survival. From this idea, many people such as Heloisa Sabin believe that “without animal research, polio would still be claiming thousands of lives each year” (158). Basically, Sabin is stating that sacrificing animals for…

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