Hi. Yesterday, i met and studied documentation and usability of A/B testing module called ‘simpleAB’. It’s very awesome stuff with good documentation and I want to use it into all my projects, but into documents I wasn’t found what means ‘picks’, ‘conversion’ and ‘conversion rate’. This colunms haven’t got measuring units and I can’t understand this numbers.
Picks = how often a specific variation was chosen. Usually variations chosen randomly so these numbers should be more or less equal across your variations.
Conversion = how often the variation led to a conversion (desired action taken). What action was taken that was logged as a conversion depends on how you set up SimpleAB, there are snippets and other tools that let you handle that.
Conversion Rate = percentage of picks that led to a conversion
Seems, I understand.
picks is number of users, who use test template, conversion is number of desired actions from users and rate is percentage of picks to this actions))) Really simple, thanks
I’m sorry I have got some trouble with chunk testing too, can you help me, plz)
Into my project I have more than 300 chunks into different categories. But when I start to manage chunk test I can choose for variation only 20-25 chunks, which name starts with ‘b’ letter. It’s strange and looks like a bug…
Maybe it would better to start new topic. This question about different theme. Of course if it need