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Complete Course on Product A/B Testing with Interview Guide
AB Testing, Multivariate Testing, Multi-armed Bandit, Mock Interview Questions, R Coding, Statistics, Hypothesis Testing
Created by Preeti Semwal, offered on Udemy
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Have you always wondered how companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon use experimentation and AB Testing to launch successful products?
Do you want to apply product experimentation at your start-up or your current role?
Or maybe you are interviewing for a role in big Tech and wondering how to succeed in those interviews?
With the rise of smartphones, Product experimentation has really come to the forefront. If you do a google search for Experimentation or A/B testing, you will come across thousands of blogs and articles that discuss this topic. Unfortunately, most of them are either full of inaccuracies and misinterpretation of mathematical concepts Or they are too difficult to understand. This is not surprising. A/B testing is a deep area - there are many nuances involved throughout the process from conceptualization & design all the way to implementation & analysis. This course addresses this. I have designed this course to go deep into important statistical concepts but in a way that is easy to understand using everyday examples.
In just two hours, you will learn -
What product experimentation is and how to do it right
What is AB Testing, Multivariate Testing and Multi-armed Bandit Testing
What is the relevance of statistics in AB testing
What do statistical concepts such as confidence intervals, Type 1, Type 2 errors, p-value, statistical significance and statistical power mean And how do they fit in the big picture
And how to calculate sample size and duration for a successful AB test
How to excel in AB testing interviews through real interview questions
All these concepts will be reinforced with real world examples from companies such as Amazon, AirBnb, Square and Uber. I will also provide you with templates and cheat sheets that have really helped me in my career. In 2 hours, you can master product experimentation and immediately start applying it in your job or interviews . See you in the course!
What you will learn
- How companies like Google, Facebook, Amazon use Product Experimentation to launch successful products
- Excel in Product Experimentation & A/B Testing interviews
- A/B Testing, Multivariate Testing & Multi-armed Bandit Testing
- Hypothesis testing, including inferential statistics, significance level, type I and II errors, test statistics, p-values, statistical significance and statistical power
- End to end process from hypothesis generation & design to implementation & analysis
- Real world examples from Amazon, AirBnb, Square, Uber
- Relevance of statistics and how each statistical concept fits in the big picture of A/B testing
- Sample size calculation and test results analysis using R
- Use experimentation to optimize websites and app
- Sample size calculation using online calculators
- Use experimentation to increase conversion on landing pages or in-app campaigns
- Templates & Cheatsheet to generate, prioritize and analyze A/B tests
- You should have basic knowledge of statistical concepts such as mean, standard deviation and variance