Avoiding Simpson's paradox when making product decisions.
Added about 2 years ago | As appeared first on mobiledevmemo.com | Author: Mobile Dev Memo
Simpson's paradox is a statistical phenomenon in which a population, comprised of different sub-populations ("classes") with differing statistical properties, exhibits a relationship at the global, aggregate level that might not reflect what is observed at the level of the individual classes. In other words, Simpson's paradox means that observed relationships between variables in a data set can change when the data is grouped. Simpson's paradox manifests when a data set is looked at broadly, ... Continue reading on mobiledevmemo.com
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