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World speed record for steam locomotive set - July 3, 1938
On this day in 1938, the world speed record for steam locomotives was set when Mallard went 126 miles per hour. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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People Who Fight For Us - Daily Gratitude
There are people who fight for you, for your rights, that have sacrificed their health, their time, their family time to make the world a better place for you and for all of us. In the light of the recent EU elections, I'm sharing my gratitude for the people who have worked and have fought to give my country hope for a better future.
Aired 11 months ago 22:34
Statistical Significance in Hypothesis Testing
When you are running an AB test, one of the most important questions is how much data to collect. Collect too little, and you can end up drawing the wrong conclusion from your experiment. But in a world where experimenting is generally not free, and you want to move quickly once you know the answer, there is such a thing as collecting too much data. Statisticians have been solving this problem for decades, and their best practices are encompassed in the ideas of power, statistical significance, and especially how to generally think about hypothesis testing. This week, weâ€™re going over these important concepts, so your next AB test is just as data-intensive as it needs to be.