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What is Correlation?

what is correlation

Correlation: The existence of a relationship between two or more variables or factors where dependence between them occurs in a way that cannot be attributed to chance alone. If an experiment or study is designed to determine which factors might influence other factors of interest, you are testing the correlation between these factors. For example, you may have noticed that men prefer diet cola and women prefer mineral water. Proving this type of correlation allows you to establish a predictive relationship for future behavior. The concept of correlation was first attributed to Sir Charles Galton, a cousin of Charles Darwin,…

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Web Development Reading List #190: Images in Web Notifications and Angular Code Splitting

New APIs offer great possibilities to build better web services. And some people push these new technologies to their limits. For example, we can use JavaScript to generate images that we then can use in Web Notifications. We can use the Storage API to find out if and how much data we can save on a user’s device and can adjust the behavior of our applications accordingly.
And then we can push our designs further.

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Web Development Reading List #183: Comedy In Design, Security Checklist And The Life As A Nobody

When was the last time you took some time to reflect? Constantly surrounded by news and notifications to keep up with and in a rush to get things done more efficiently, it’s important that we take a step back from time to time to reflect our actions and opinions.
Reflect if you are working the way you want to work, reflect if you live your life as you want it to be, but also everyday matters.

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Web Development Reading List #183: Comedy In Design, Security Checklist And The Life As A Nobody

Web Development Reading List #180: DNS Over HTTPS, HAProxy Performance, And Decentralized AI

We all have fears and doubts. It’s not different for you than for me. Over the last weeks, “well-known” people on Twitter started to share mistakes they made in life or their careers. I think it’s very helpful to read that we all make mistakes.
We all have to learn and improve, and people who are on a stage at an event for the 100th time are still known to be extremely nervous.

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Web Development Reading List #180: DNS Over HTTPS, HAProxy Performance, And Decentralized AI

Using Slack To Monitor Your App

For the past few months, I’ve been building a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application, and throughout the development process I’ve realized what a powerful tool Slack (or team chat in general) can be to monitor user and application behavior. After a bit of integration, it’s provided a real-time view into our application that previously didn’t exist, and it’s been so invaluable that I couldn’t help but write up this show-and-tell.
It all started with a visit to a small startup in Denver, Colorado.

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Using Slack To Monitor Your App

Web Development Reading List #177: Getting Started With Components, CT-Header, And New Regular Expressions

From time to time, we need to take some time off, and actually, I’m glad that this reading list is a bit shorter as the ones you’re used to. Because one thing that really stuck with me this week was Eric Karjaluoto’s article.
In his article, he states that, “Taking pride in how busy we are is one of the worst ideas we ever had.” So, how about reading just a few articles this week for a change and then take a complete weekend off to recharge your battery?

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Web Development Reading List #177: Getting Started With Components, CT-Header, And New Regular Expressions

The Crazy Egg Guide to the Buyer’s Journey

the crazy egg guide to the buyers journey

If you’re currently using a ‘one size fits all’ marketing approach for your business – you might want to rethink things. You may not realize it, but your existing clients went through a ‘journey’ – before they decided that you were the best business to meet their needs. Each stage of this journey requires a different marketing approach and you might be missing out on revenue if you’re marketing doesn’t cover each aspect of the ‘buyer’s journey.’ In this guide, we’re going to look at what the buyer’s journey is, and what implications the concept has for your business, especially…

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Eye-Catching App Icon Design: How To

Creating that singular piece of graphic design that users will first interact with each time they encounter your product can be intimidating. A beautiful, identifiable and memorable app icon design can have a huge impact on the popularity and success of the app. But how exactly does one make a “good” app icon? What does that even mean? Fear not, I’ve put together some tips and advice to help answer these questions and to guide you on your way to designing great app icons.

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Eye-Catching App Icon Design: How To

Web Development Reading List #162: Server Side React, Inclusive Design And The Web Worldwide

We shouldn’t let ourselves get distracted by people who work on different projects than we do. If a developer advocate works on a web-based QR code application, for example, their way of tackling things most certainly won’t fit your project. If someone builds a real-time dashboard, their concept won’t relate to the company portfolio website you’re building. Bear in mind that you need to find the best concept, the best technologies, the best solution for your specific project.

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Web Development Reading List #162: Server Side React, Inclusive Design And The Web Worldwide

Web Development Reading List #161: Restyling Form Elements, HTTP/2 HPACK, And The Empathy Vacuum

Are you afraid of refactoring code? I love refactoring code. It’s nice to see a code base growing, but this also means that new quirks and suboptimal changes are introduced along the way. At some point, you might realize that there could be a huge opportunity in rewriting the code — to eliminate conflicts or to rename things.
For me, refactoring is both: It’s a challenge to master, but, in the end, also a relief to see how the code evolved.

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Web Development Reading List #161: Restyling Form Elements, HTTP/2 HPACK, And The Empathy Vacuum