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    Use of R software in statistical analysis

    R open source statistical software continues to make advances in the open-source tools it offers market researchers. 1. Conducting transparent analyses Efficiently producing transparent analyses is a perennial challenge. This requires computing systems and environments [...]
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    Bots take over the heavy lifting

    Artificial intelligence, once something of science fiction – is now science fact. Matthew Jorgenson explains how bots can be used for qualitative moderation. Some say the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution will change the world for [...]
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    GRBN to Issue the GRBN Global Top 25 Report

    We are excited to inform you that GRBN is partnering with Diane Bowers to produce this year’s Global Top 25 Report. The report is currently under production and will be issued mid-November. As the AMA [...]

Use of R software in statistical analysis

Features
November 8, 2018 0
R open source statistical software continues to make advances in the open-source tools it offers market researchers. 1. Conducting transparent analyses Efficiently producing transparent analyses is a perennial challenge. This requires computing systems and environments [...]

Latest iteration of the GRIT Survey is now live!

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November 5, 2018 0
We are excited to announce that the latest iteration of the GRIT Survey is now live! The unique survey link for Australian Market & Social Research Society (AMSRS) is: https://aytm.com/r5WQUiA?uuid=amsrs The link can be used [...]
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Bots take over the heavy lifting

November 2, 2018 0
Artificial intelligence, once something of science fiction – is now science fact. Matthew Jorgenson explains how bots can be used for qualitative moderation. Some say the artificial intelligence (AI) revolution will change the world for [...]

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