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Using Q Advanced Customization of Bubble Charts for Correspondence Analysis in Q
08 July 2017 | by Tim Bock

When you insert a bubble chart in Q (Create > Charts > Visualization > Labeled Bubbleplot), you can customize some aspects of its appearance from the controls that appear in the object inspector on the right of the…

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Traditional Crosstab Old-School Crosstabs: Obsolete Since 1990, but Still a Great Way to Waste Time and Reduce Quality
27 June 2017 | by Tim Bock

The table above is what I call an old-school crosstab. If you squint, and have seen one of these before, then you can probably read it. The basic design of these has been around since the 1960s. Originally,…

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Using Q How to Analyze MaxDiff Data in Q
23 May 2017 | by Chris Facer

This post discusses a number of options that are available in Q for analyzing data from MaxDiff experiments. For a more detailed explanation of how to analyze MaxDiff, and what the outputs mean, you should read…

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correspondence analysis movements Using Correspondence Analysis to Compare Sub-Groups and Understand Trends
22 May 2017 | by Tim Bock

This post shows how to use correspondence analysis to compare sub-groups. It focuses on one of the most interesting types of sub-groups: data at different points in time. This is variously known as trend, tracking, longitudinal and time series data. The end-goal…

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Easily Add Logos to a Correspondence Analysis Map in Q
17 May 2017 | by Tim Bock

You can take your correspondence analysis plots to the next level by including images. Better still, you don’t need to paste in the images after the analysis is complete – you can include them right…

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Using Q How to Create a MaxDiff Experimental Design in Q
10 May 2017 | by Tim Bock

This post describes how to create and check a MaxDiff experimental design. If you are not sure what this is, best to read A beginner’s guide to max-diff first.   Creating the design In Q,…

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Using Q Assigning Respondents to Clusters/Segments in New Data Files in Q
30 March 2017 | by Tim Bock

Once you have created segments or clusters, you may find it useful to assign people in other data sets to the segments (a process also known as segment tagging and scoring). For example, you may want to tag…

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