White Papers & Articles
Overview of Choice Modeling
The following paper appeared in the January 2008 issue of Product Management Today and presents an easy-to understand overview of choice methods in pharmaceutical product development.
Modeling Multiple Market Events
The following paper appeared in the August 2008 issue of Topline e-newsletter published by GfK Health. It presents a framework for estimating new product potential in dynamic markets characterized by multiple new entrants. Complexity is handled by analytically linking a partial-profile design with an allocation-based choice exercise over a limited number of scenarios . The advantage of the approach is its ability to accommodate very complex research objectives while being respondent-friendly and sample efficient.
Over the last twenty years or so, latent class modeling has replaced hierarchical cluster modeling as the go-to methodology for market segmentation studies. The reasons for this are many: the ability to include variables of differing scales, the availability of clear...
Back in the grunge era, I was fresh out of graduate school, bristling with all kinds of technical knowledge gathered from doctoral coursework in econometrics, multivariate statistics and marketing models and itching to apply it all in my first job as a marketing...
(Else, bury it) As market researchers, data is our stock in trade. We spend our days thinking about how to collect data, how to analyze it, how to interpret it and how to report it. Data is what we do and we hate to discard any piece of information once we have gone...