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Have a minute? Take 60 seconds to learn about filtering experiment results.

Amanda 11-10-14

Have a minute? Take 60 seconds to learn about filtering experiment results.

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Welcome to One Minute Mondays, because on Monday, you only have one minute.

 

Each Monday, we’ll post an education-packed tip presented by one of our very own employees. Learn something new, connect with the Optimizely team, and get inspired --- all in 60 seconds!


This week, Brett, Solutions Architect, advises on how to filter experiment results.

 

 

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xptrt 11-11-14
 

Re: One Minute Mondays -- A 60 second tip brought to you by an Optimizely employee

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I also nearly beat up the QA guys who were running their load tests...but in my scenario, IP address would not work as they were running the tests outside of the network. With Tableau, only manual cleansing was possible after data extraction and manicure Smiley Sad

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xptrt 11-12-14
 

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Nice, thanks. Will share that with QA team.

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tobyurff 11-12-14
 

Re: One Minute Mondays -- A 60 second tip brought to you by an Optimizely employee

Hi xptrt! The best way to exclude automated tests (e.g. Selenium, load tests) from your experiments is to either set a "optimizelyOptOut" cookie with value "true" with every request or add the ?optimizely_disable=true parameter to all of the requested sites. You can find more detailed instructions here:http://elementalselenium.com/tips/12-opt-out-of-ab-tests
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