# Category Archives: AGILE A/B Testing

Posts on the topic of a/b testing using the AGILE statistical method.

## AGILE A/B Testing Update: Custom API & Support for Non-Binomial Data

I’m happy to announce the release of two long-awaited features for our AGILE A/B Testing Calculator: Support for non-binomial metrics like average revenue per user A new custom API for sending experiment data to the calculator Below is an explanation of each of these new features in some detail. Support for Non-Binomial Data While our […] Read More…

## Affordable A/B Tests: Google Optimize & AGILE A/B Testing

The problem most-often faced by owners of websites who want to take a scientific approach to improving them by using A/B testing is that they might have relatively small revenue. Thus, when the ROI calculation for the A/B test is done it might turn out that it is economically unfeasible to test. In some cases, […] Read More…

Also posted in A/B Testing, Analytics-Toolkit.com, Conversion Optimization | | Comments closed

## 20-80% Faster A/B Tests? Is it real?

I got a question today about our AGILE A/B testing calculator and the statistics behind it and realized that I’m yet to write a dedicated post explaining the efficiency gains from using the method in more detail. This despite the fact that these speed gains are clearly communicated and verified through simulation results presented in our AGILE […] Read More…

Also posted in A/B Testing, Statistics | | Comments closed

## Multivariate Testing – Best Practices & Tools for MVT (A/B/n) Tests

Let’s get this out of the way from the very beginning: most “A/B tests” are in fact multivariate (MVT) tests, a.k.a. A/B/n tests. That is, most of the time when you read about “A/B testing” the term also encompasses multivariate testing. The only reason to specifically differentiate between A/B and MVT is when someone wants to […] Read More…