Experiments are a set of metrics that correspond to users being shown different feature sets that you would like to track over time.
1. Navigate to Experiments in the left-hand menu and click +Experiment
2. Fill out the Create Experiment Form
Give your experiment a name and hypothesis.
3. Click the Configure the Experiment button
4. Select the date range for your experiment.
You can also choose to set a metric event analysis period that is different from your assignment period. This is useful if you want to analyze the impact of an experiment on long-term metrics.
5. Select an assignment SQL from the definitions you created
6. Input feature flag name
When you created your assignment SQL, you should have made note of your feature flag name. In our case it's
7. Input what percentage of traffic you want randomized into the experiment.
If you input 100%, 100% of the relevant entities (users in this case) will be included in the experiment.
8. Add the variants
When you created your assignment SQL, you should have made note of your variant names. In our case here it's
You can go ahead and add each variant into the experiment here.
9. Select the traffic allocation you would like
The default is an even split between all the variants (including control), but you can also customize the allocation for unequal splits.
10. [Optional] The Statistical Analysis Plan
If you want to set custom statistical methodologies for this experiment, uncheck the "use company default" checkbox next to the applicable fields. Otherwise, you can stay opted in to using the defaults set by your company. For information on the different analysis plan settings, see Analysis plans.
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