CBS supplements TV data. Tech wearable sensor breakthrough (RBDR 9/22/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Scottish pollsters were uneasy tim their pre-vote efforts, and although they all got the final overall result correct the margin of error was way off. (http://fivethirtyeight.com/datalab/why-pollsters-think-they-underestimated-no-in-scotland/) (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/09/17/what-do-the-polls-really-say-about-scotlands-referendum-on-independence/) 2) CBS is launching additional time-shifted TV viewing data to supplement Nielsen data. 3) Two European institutions announced they have developed a method of creating wearable sensors by adding graphene to store-bought rubber bands.

Watson Analytics could revolutionize. Scottish polling skittish (RBDR 9/18/2014)

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Today on RBDR:

1) IBM launched what it called its biggest analytics launch in a decade, Watson Analytics.
(http://www.pcworld.com/article/2684532/ibm-watson-analytics-preps-the-data-so-you-dont-have-to.html)
(http://www.pcworld.com/article/2684332/ibm-wants-to-replace-the-spreadsheet-with-watson-analytics.html)
(http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ibm-introduces-powerful-analytics-for-everyone-2014-09-16-12183310)
2) As Scottish voters went to the polls to vote on independence from England, pollsters are hoping to dodge a bullet as they face uncharacteristic uncertainty about their work. 3) McDonald’s is testing “build-your-own-burger” and paying special attention to data capture, providing consumers a tablet to order their burger, in the four test stores.

Centering Data is Amazon’s “secret sauce,” espoused by Jeff Bezos (RBDR 9/17/ 2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez warned businesses about their data collection and analysis being used to discriminate against low-income and underserved populations. 2) Lessons learned by David Selinger during his noteworthy time at Amazon are all about the importance and vitality of data to corporates–and they are easily transferable.

Martina Olbertova’s 5 myths for MR to overcome (RBDR 9/16/2014)

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Today: Martina Olbertova’s latest blog emphasizes that market research can not hope to implement all the available and promising new tools and techniques until the industry finds a way to overcome five major myths about its functioning. (http://rwconnect.esomar.org/market-research-debunked/)

Patient Identity theft, Fitbit, Apple Watch disgust, Hospital mistakes public (PRVR 9/15 – 19/2014)

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This week on PRVR: 1) The Boston Globe warns about the seriousness and dangers from stolen patient records. 2) Dick Vanderveer’s September 11 blog mentions FitBit’s legal right to sell data the device collects. 3) Federal regulators have decided to reverse course and begin making public records of eight hospital patient mistakes. 4) The Apple Watch introduction paid scant attention to healthcare. 5) India’s poor patent laws with Rx drugs are severely limiting the number of new drugs being made available there. 6) Big Data has brought at least four important benefits for healthcare.

Big Data NOT MR’s enemy. Nikki Lavoie’s ESOMAR Review. (RBDR 9/15/2014)

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Today: 1) All the hullabaloo about Big Data does not mean its full-scale use threatens market research. Business2Community.com’s Andrew Dalglish points to four things MR does not need to worry about from Big data. 2) MindSpark Lab Research International LLC’s Nikki Lavoie shares her impressions about the best presentations made at the 67th Annual ESOMAR Congress.

B2B cos. knowingly misapplying insights. Top uses of text analytics. (RBDR 9/11/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) B2B companies are, bizarrely, misusing a lot of their available insights in trying to do business with their customers. 2) A questionnaire with users of text analytics shows a one top-heavy use of the information. 3) Google public meetings throughout Europe interact with consumers about compliance with EU court mandates about privacy.

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