Tacos in Tel Aviv, published in Quirk’s Marketing Research Review, demonstrates how a Monte Carlo simulation analyzed the primary survey research in a market forecast feasibility study about bringing a chain of upscale Mexican restaurants to Israel’s Silicon Valley.
Small Data Visualization, published in Quirk’s Marketing Research Review, presents two examples for examining primary research – a two-step cluster analysis and a data-mining example that takes existing consumer purchase data and reports the items in which the client should specialize to connect to the greatest number of other products.
Helping Wrangle Big Data: Monte Carlo for Marketing Research explains the usefulness of Monte Carlo simulations for ROI, loyalty, product development, customer satisfaction and regression modeling.
Steering the Vote – The Case of the Oglala Sioux Casino explains how regression analysis can indicate which issues in a referendum campaign motivate supporters and which move voters to become supporters.
Cruise ship accidents lead to increases in customer inquiries because they expect bargain rates. Counterintuitive Marketing, published in Research World Magazine, describes additional examples of this phenomenon.