Comparing Apples and Oranges: Two Examples of the Limits of Statistical Inference, With an Application to Google Advertising Markets

30 Nov 2016 John Mount Nina Zumel

We show how the classic Cramer-Rao bound limits how accurately one can simultaneously estimate values of a large number of Google Ad campaigns (or similarly limit the measurement rate of many confounding A/B tests)...

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