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There are 17 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Using your PC strategically
A personal computer can be an invaluable tool for forecasting, conjoint analysis, perceptual mapping and correspondence analysis, writes Joseph Curry, vice president of Sawtooth Software. PC-based software helps companies move to the right end of the product continuum.
Data Use: Integrating your marketing research software
The author walks readers through the process of using computer software to analyze, report and manage research data.
Laddering, mapping lead the way to better positioning
This article explores the use of the laddering technique and of perceptual mapping as ways to explore product and service categories and develop marketing communication and positioning strategies.
Correspondence analysis in action
This article describes some uses of correspondence analysis for analyzing survey research and market research data, comparing this approach to the traditional analysis of tabular data.
Data Use: Exploring marketing ideas with perceptual maps
Making marketing strategies is a complex process requiring research, judgment and creativity. Perceptual mapping is a powerful tool for exploring data and generating hypotheses. This article discusses three types of perceptual maps: preference, multidimensional scaling (MDS) and correspondence.

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Recent Articles

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Don’t forget the graphic! Multidimensional scaling
Multidimensional scaling is a visual tool that can help researchers classify objects and identify the causation of events. The author provides the basics on this form of perceptual mapping.
Data Use: Effectively using correspondence analysis
An apparel-industry case study explores how to measure and compare consumer perceptions of brands with correspondence analysis.
Data Use: Using NodeXL to decipher big data
Michael Lieberman test-drives a free, open-source social media data analysis tool.
Improve your research reporting with visual mapping
Using automobile manufacturers as an example, this article offers an overview of correspondence analysis, preference mappings and biplots, showing how visual graphics can improve research reporting.
Is emotional response the important missing variable in customer experience measurement?
The authors offer a way to measure the impact of emotions, using a car-rental example to show the benefits of asking customers how they feel about seemingly emotion-free transactions.

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