Glossary for Signal CSV export

Below are explanations for the summary statistics that you will find in the CSV export of your Signal correlation. To export the results to a CSV, click the Download CSV icon in the upper right hand corner of the Summary Results view or the Detailed Results view after you have run your correlation.

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  • Frequency: Number of times, up to 10, a user should complete the event for the correlation.

  • Intervals: Number of days, up to 15, when a user should complete the event for the correlation.

  • True positive: Number of positive correlations that are correctly identified.

  • True negative: Number of negative correlations that are correctly identified.

  • False positive: Number of positive correlations that are incorrectly identified.

  • False negative: Number of negative correlations that are incorrectly identified.

  • Correlation: The association between your event to your goal event.

  • Precision: Percent of users who convert to your goal among those who did this event at least x times within y days

  • Fall-out: Percent of unconverted users who did this event at least x times within y days.

  • Recall: Percent of converted users who did this event at least x times within y days.

  • False Omission Rate: Percent of users who convert to your goal among those who did this event fewer than x times within y days.

  • Phi max: Single number between -1 and 1 that indicates how closely an event moves with your goal event. 1 means that 100% of all users that did your goal event also did the event you are evaluating. -1 means the opposite: 0% of users that did you goal event also did the event you are evaluating.

  • Mixpanel Opportunity Score: Mixpanel’s proprietary calculation of how important a given correlation might be.

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