Specifically, let’s implement a “Create” form that enables a user to enter friend data: We want to ensure that the information entered is valid before saving it in a database – and display appropriate error messages if it isn’t: We want to enable this validation to occur on both the server and on the client (via Java Script).We also want to ensure that our code maintains the DRY principle (“don’t repeat yourself”) – meaning that we should only apply the validation rules in one place, and then have all our controllers, actions and views honor it.This is unsatisfactory, because using this approach tests are more likely to validate a model if they have low power.Here we suggest the usage of tests of equivalence, which use the hypothesis of dissimilarity as the null hypothesis, that is, the null hypothesis is that the model is unacceptable.It can be hard for organizations to validate their attribution model because there is often no “ground truth” to compare your model to.
The method will return a boolean value indicating whether the validation succeeded or not.
You may configure these error messages like configuring other properties of validators in a validation rule.
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Things to look for: have past clients been able to implement the results from their model? Hopefully, overall revenue increased after implementing these results (and did not only increase for some channels, and decrease for others due to a shift in media budget).
In order for an attribution model to be effective, it has to shift spend in a way that increases the ROI overall.
This should be done by overriding the yii\base\Model::rules() method.