Observed power, often referred to as “post hoc power” and “retrospective power” is the statistical power of a test to detect a true effect equal to the observed effect size. “Detect” in the context of a statistical hypothesis test means to result in a statistically significant outcome. Some calculators aimed at A/B testing practitioners use […] Read more…

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