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Research papers

Faster and more effective decision-making through web-based reporting

This paper provides an overview of web-based reporting across a number of dimensions, including why the web should be considered for data reporting; which research applications are most suitable for the web; and what considerations are important when...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Wally Balden
Company: Maritz Research
February 11, 2001

Research papers

Paradata

The web provides researchers with a gold mine. Every click, response, page movement and delay can be logged and used for analysis. The amount of data that can be captured from web surveys is vast and comprehensive. This paper aims to explain the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Andrew Jeavons
February 11, 2001

Research papers

The mobile Internet revolution and its implications for research

Everyday in Japan huge numbers of mobile users access the web from their mobile phones. This presents a unique opportunity to researchers and marketers alike to use the mobile internet as a research platform. This paper illustrates with three case...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Jamies Cattell
February 11, 2001

Research papers

Testing television advertising using interactive television

This paper introduces several new methods aimed at improving ad testing. The power of interactive television and scientific statistical techniques are leveraged to create a unified methodology to test ads. The methodology makes three specific...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Authors: Joshua D. Clinton, John S. Lapinski
February 11, 2001

Research papers

Speed, power and efficiency

This paper presents a case study involving a leading pharmaceutical information company that uses internet-based research as a means of gathering primary data from physicians and other subjects. The company, MORPACE Pharma Group, is now moving toward...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Authors: Karen J. Partridge, Allen Kamer
February 11, 2001

Research papers

Exciting new conjoint options, via the web

Over the last few years there have been tremendous advances in the world of conjoint analysis in terms of software, mathematics, topics considered, and approaches. These advances create exciting new opportunities for conjoint analysis over the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Ray Poynter
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
February 11, 2001

Research papers

Hypercontext: Same as it never was

Technological advances are engendering debate on the survey production line, but the process is only part of the story. Are we in the grip of a drive not towards insight but towards mere automation? Do we want our data deeper – or just cheaper?...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Authors: Andy Dexter, Joseph Brown
Company: DVL Smith Ltd
February 11, 2001

Research papers

The future of the market research industry in an online and interactive world

This paper envisions the market research industry within the changing online and interactive future, providing a description of a possible future fuelled by the impact of the internet, and the effects this might have on the market research industry....

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Ulf Andersen
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
February 11, 2001

Case studies

Going the extra distance

The authors provide a case study that gives an inside view of the evolution, set up and implementation of an on line continuous customer experience monitor. This paper examines the process, the challenges and key learnings resulting from this...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Authors: Galina Mitchelhill, Claire Love
February 11, 2001