Statistical Significance Batch-Testing Tool for Multiple Items Author - Sarah Venables
An interactive statistical batch testing tool, free to download from The Stats People.
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In this presentation, we describe a new approach on how to develop a MaxDiff typing tool and use real data to illustrate our approach. Marketers often find it valuable to include a relatively small number of “Golden Questions” in future surveys, to classify respondents into identified segments with different needs.
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