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comment Estimate if benchmark sampling difference is significative
@MarkHurd It's some big outliers (this is a busy server with many application and parallel requests). But I'm interested in any recognized statistical indicator qualifying the usability of those data.
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comment Estimate if benchmark sampling difference is significative
@svidgen Thanks for those hints, but the question isn't about DB write optimization, it's about statistical indicator of sample set difference meaning
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comment Estimate if benchmark sampling difference is significative
@svidgen The question is more general. And even if the column's unit is the µs (because of operations which aren't visible here and which are faster), the interesting DB operation durations are in the order of 20 to 50 ms.
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comment Estimate if benchmark sampling difference is significative
The reasons I asked here and not e.g. stats.stackexchange.com are that 1) I think it should be a familiar problem for benchmarkers while it would be difficult to riguourously and precisely explain to statistics experts and 2) the algorithm to compute this with the minimal storage is a key part of the question
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comment Why is there a “new” in Go?
@AlexFeinman As 0 is a literal constant, you can't take its address. A problem would occur if you'd want a specific type too. That's why a syntax like &int or &int(0) might be useful (didn't think a lot about the best syntax, though). But doing it in two lines as Collins showed is fine too (vv := 0; v := &vv).
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comment Why is there a “new” in Go?
I would be happy to see links to the other "shall we keep new?" discussions which pops up from time to time.
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