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Research papers

Extracting MR samples from large CRM databases

This paper examines the challenges of using a large CRM database as a sampling frame for research purposes. It is based on Centurion's experiences of designing, developing and implementing such systems. Apart from the core sampling process the paper...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Customer Relationship Management Conference 2002
Authors: Mark Katz, Robert Jacob, Julian Simpson
March 17, 2002

Research papers

Cross-tabs on-tap

The paper presents a summary of the state of the art of IDA and is based on our company’s experience of offering interactive access to survey data to marketing/research people in the public and private sector since 1983. This has been observed...

Catalogue: Seminar 1988: The Impact Of New User-Oriented Computer Facilities On Market Research
Author: Mark Katz
June 15, 1988

Research papers

Report back from working groups

This book of proceedings was printed a few months after the seminar in order to incorporate the report of the 4 working groups held on the second day. The groups were as follows: Micro MMIS Measuring the Success of MMIS Modelling using MMIS Mainframe...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: M.M.I.S- Useful For The User
Authors: Mark Katz, Barry Mahon
June 15, 1987

Research papers

Interactive measurement of sales response

This paper reviews the effect of enhancing the value of a pharmaceutical panel by offering the monthly data as both printed reports and through an on-line database service. The panel, JIGSAW, has been running for some 24 months in the UK, based upon...

Catalogue: Seminar 1987: Improving The Use Of Consumer Panels For Marketing Decisions
Authors: Roger Western, Mark Katz
June 15, 1987

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Interactive access to on-line survey data-bases

New techniques for processing survey data are dramatically changing the way that research is carried out, moving the emphasis from data-collection to data-analysis. The computer terminal is playing an increasingly important role, and I firmly believe...

Catalogue: Seminar 1984: Are Interviewers Obsolete?
Author: Mark Katz
June 15, 1984

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What's happening out there?

The title of this paper is a pun on two aspects of Market Research. The first aim is to examine the way in which research in the Pharmaceutical industry differs from conventional Market/Consumer/Media research. The second aim is to to review in some...

Catalogue: Seminar 1983: Information For Decision Making In The Pharmaceutical Industry
Author: Mark Katz
June 15, 1983

Research papers

A booking-in system for a large panel

This paper has been prepared by senior executives at both AGB and Quantime, who, during the first six months of 1981 collaborated very closely throughout the specification, program writing and implementation phases of a computerised...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: The Effective Use Of Panels
Authors: Mark Katz, Jonathan Jephcott
June 15, 1982

Research papers

The quantum package

QUANTUM is a sophisticated package designed to maximise the benefits of computer technology for the Survey Practitioner. It is used extensively in Europe and USA for both ad-hoc surveys and larger more complex studies in the commercial and public...

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Information Systems In Action
Author: Mark Katz
June 15, 1980