The chisquare function calculates the chisquare significance based on the submitted values. If the chisquare test is not appropriate, it will return null.
Parameters: chisquare(totalA, successA, totalB, successB)
|totalA||Number||The total amount of samples in A.|
|successA||Number||The amount of successes (conversions) in A.|
|totalB||Number||The total amount of samples in B.|
|successB||Number||The amount of successes (conversions) in B.|
Convention: If there is an experiment evaluated, by convention A represents the baseline while B represents the experiment values. It obviously works the other way around, but is easier to follow if it is always the same.