Selecting a version
To ensure statistical rigor, Split filters your metrics impact by version. Each time a rollout plan is changed, Split creates a new version to avoid mixing experimental data, which would lead to inaccurate data and metrics results. Select a version of the experiment to see your metrics results.
Selecting a targeting rule
To ensure statistical rigor and prevent issues that could arise due to unequal distributions across the sample set, we require customers to filter their results by the targeting rule used in the evaluation.
To see a statistically significant comparison when comparing two treatments, select a label that you want to see your metrics results. If you select the any targeting rule, your metrics results still show up, but do not display statistical significance.
Select treatment and baseline
View metrics cards for the customers exposed to a particular treatment as well as compared against customers exposed to two treatments.
Select the treatment that you want to view metrics impact for and optionally add a baseline comparison if you want to see statistically significant comparisons.
Selecting tags and owners
If your organization has many metrics, you can filter the metrics displayed down to those with a particular tag and a particular owner. To filter metrics, do the following:
- Select the desired feature flag and click the Metrics impact tab.
- In the Results area, click 0 more filters apply. The Filtered by area appears. Fill in the fields as follows:
- In the Metric tag field, enter the desired tag to filter down your metrics.
- In the Metric owner field, enter the user or group to filter down your metrics.
Click the Apply button to apply your selections.
Learn more about using tags and owners in Split.
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