In my job I test different versions of varying degrees on websites. Basically A vs B, and the results of this test determine which version should be developed.
The way a winner is chosen is by looking at the data. We can only take action on statistically significant data. When we talk about results some people say "we can't act on this because the data is insignificant" whereas I think we should say "we can't act on this because the data is unsignificant".
To me, insignificant data means it's not interesting/worth noting whereas unsignificant data means it hasn't reached statistical significance.
Is there any difference between the two?
(Not sure if this is the right board for this one but as it's about difference of wording I thought I'd start here)