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Re: Z Score and Z Test Guidance - Adobe Analytics 25-01-2022
You should be able to find the z-score: (treatment rate - control rate) / standard deviation of population There is an SD function there. Then you create a calculated metric with the Cdf-z function: 1 - Cdf-z(z-score) that should give you the cumulative probability (i.e. Confidence value) that you're looking for.

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Re: Server-side experiment - Target report not working (Java SDK) and offers not sticky - Adobe Target 25-02-2021
Reacing out again, if anyone with server-side implementation experience might be able to help with the above request. Thanks!

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Server-side experiment - Target report not working (Java SDK) and offers not sticky - Adobe Target 18-02-2021
Hi! We have set up an experiment on our server-side using Target Java SDK. We are returning an experience for users, however 2 things are happening:The experience isn't sticky. If a user logs out and then back in, they will be randomly assigned a new experience. We are currently using our company mboxthirdpartyId to keep this sticky, however not working as it should.We are not seeing any visitors, visits, impressions and conversions in reporting.Is there a data point that the reporting dashboard...

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Re: A/B Server side API response - Adobe Target 18-02-2021
@pchard, no a new sessionId doesn't always return a random experience. The 'stickiness' of an experience depends on the tntId being persistent. A sessionId typically expires after 30 minutes, in which a new sessionId should be created. Documentation here! http://developers.adobetarget.com/api/delivery-api/#operation/execute

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