Statistical Significance

When a test result is said to be statistically significant, it means that the best performing variation can be declared a winner, and served to all users going forward. More specifically, it means that probability that winning variation outperformed the rest just due to pure chance is small in some sense (the exact interpretation depends on the statistical A/B engine driving the test).


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