Index

Note: Page numbers followed by f indicate figures t indicate tables and b indicate box.

A

A priori coding, 304, 309
A/B testing, 290, 414–416, 477
Activity-logging software
interaction loggers, 340–344, 342f
interaction recording tools, 339, 345–346
keystroke and, 344–345
software tools, 339
user actions, 340f
web proxies, 339–344, 342f
Advanced Notice of Proposed Rule- Making (ANPRM), 471–472
Again-Again scale, 208–210
Alternative hypothesis, 28–29
Analog-to-digital converter, 388, 388f
Analysis of variance (ANOVA), 76–77
factorial, 82, 82–83t
one-way, 80–82, 81t
repeated measures, 83–85, 84–85t
for split-plot design, 85–87, 86t
Aphasia, 497, 502–503
Apple Watch, 377–378
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), 416–417, 419
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