What are the summary statistics in my 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 that 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.