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A/B Test

Also known as split-run testing, this is a user research testing method whereby participants are shown one of two segments of a variable and comparing them against one another to determine which of the two is most effective. For example: a section of your user base is shown version A of a checkout page, while another section is shown version B. The version that has the best conversion rate from this experiment will then be chosen.

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