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Geographical segmentation (French)

Geographic segmentation is one of the latest new developments in market surveys. This method is aimed at answering two major questions: - in a given area, what is the consumption structure? are there geographical areas in which such and such a...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1987
Authors: Stephane Corre, Jean-Marie Bouroche
September 1, 1987

Research papers

Geographical segmentation

Geographic segmentation is one of the latest new developments in market surveys. This method is aimed at answering two major questions: - in a given area, what is the consumption structure? are there geographical areas in which such and such a...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1987
Authors: Jean-Marie Bouroche, Stephane Corre
September 1, 1987

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How to analyse heterogenous data?

In many cases, data collected in the same questionnaire are measured at different levels: nominal, ordinal, interval or ratio. For several years, new methods allow to analyse qualitative and/or heterogeneous data. They are based on the optimal...

Catalogue: Paper 1978: Analysis of Data
Author: Jean-Marie Bouroche
February 1, 1978

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Discriminating analysis of qualitative data inputs

Classical methods of analysis are ill-suited to dealing with this type of data, so that a new family of methods has recently been developed under impetus from C. Hayashu, J. de Leeuw, G. Saporta, M. Tenenhaus and F.W. Young. They attempt, by optimal...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1977: Research For Decision Making
Authors: Jean-Marie Bouroche, A. Le Roux
August 28, 1977

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Discriminating analysis of qualitative data inputs (French)

Classical methods of analysis are ill-suited to dealing with this type of data, so that a new family of methods has recently been developed under impetus from C. Hayashu, J. de Leeuw, G. Saporta, M. Tenenhaus and F.W. Young. They attempt, by optimal...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1977: Research For Decision Making
Authors: Jean-Marie Bouroche, A. Le Roux
August 28, 1977

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Application of conjoint measurement to marketing problems and media research

A new family of methods for data analysis has been recently developed in the United States. With these methods it is possible to explain an ordinal scale (preference, choice) by means of nominal variables (characteristics of the stimuli). The basis...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1975: Quality In Research
Authors: Jean-Marie Bouroche, Marcel Marc, Michel Tenenhaus
August 1, 1975

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New methods for new research

The objective of this paper is to explain the principles of several analytical methods (Part 2) and how they can be used (Part 3), as shown by the last two years of experience with Programs for Structuring Data (P.S.D.) that are available on the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Authors: Patrice Bertier, Jean-Marie Bouroche
June 15, 1972

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New methods for new research (French)

The objective of this paper is to explain the principles of several analytical methods (Part 2) and how they can be used (Part 3), as shown by the last two years of experience with Programs for Structuring Data (P.S.D.) that are available on the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1972: Marketing In A Changing World
Authors: Patrice Bertier, Jean-Marie Bouroche
June 15, 1972