As part of our ongoing series, meet our sales guru, Ben Blackburn
- Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background:
I am from the Midwest and have lived in Texas, Utah, and now Colorado. I enjoy traveling and have visited 9 countries outside of the US so far. I really enjoy learning about history and culture, and have been able to see some impactful historical sites like the Vatican, the site of the Berlin wall, and Pompeii to name a few.
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Univariate Analysis is a huge part of market research, and survey analysis in particular. In this episode Kevin Mabe, our Chief Analytics officer, goes through an example dataset and then the analysis afterwords, and shows that once again first impressions are not always right. Enjoy!
Recently Greenbook put out its 2018 “GRIT Report” (Greenbook Research Industry Trends) regarding their observations of the market research and overall research space for the year, and trends moving forward.
We found this to be a particularly interesting piece, and thought it might be beneficial to share some of our thoughts here. The full report can be found here.
In the latest episode of our ongoing series "Hard Math with Kevin" - our Chief Analytics Officer Kevin Mabe goes through a forecast using our sample time series analysis, and how the addition of a potentially statistically significant variable can change the overall forecast.
In the latest of our series with Chief Analytics Officer Kevin Mabe, we walk through why a time series analysis is important, and how trends can be evaluated.
Clients can easily find ready-made reports subscription-free, and hire analyst support on-demand for custom research needs.
Denver, CO - Corus announced today the rollout of the newest components of its revolutionary insights marketplace, introducing the ability to hire analyst support for custom market research needs, as well as the ability to buy and sell market research reports. With this launch, Corus customers have the fastest and easiest path to the insights they need.
If you joined us last week, you’ll remember that we here at Cor.us are testing different ways of improving survey construction, with a focus particularly on completion time. (Here is the link to the previous post if you didn’t see it! Shorter Surveys). In that previous post we looked at respondent’s age as a driver.
If you work with consumer surveys, you’ve probably at some point been told to “keep it simple silly” (or maybe they used a meaner term), and you probably rolled your eyes. Yes, what a wonderful principle, so long as it’s not being leveled at us. Still, there are times in research when simplification is so obviously required that it can be surprising how much disagreement this will provoke.