Facebook study’s flexible conclusions. Nielsen to buy dunnhumby? (RBDR 5.13.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) Facebook’s new research project about its news links and their affiliation and impact with 10.1 million of its users appears to lead to different interpretations with each researcher that studies it. 2) LinkedIn is sharing its data with 11 groups in the next six months, looking for connections with the global economy and the job market. 3) SurveyMonkey names an interim CEO. 4) The Sunday Times in London claims that Nielsen is readying an offer to buy dunnhumby from Tesco.

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Tweets can’t project UK election either. Comcast sets “customer advocacy” metric. (RBDR 5.12.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) Claims that a Twitter-based approach could be a better predictor of elections proved not to be the case in the UK last week. 2) Comcast says it is determined to boost its customer experience assessments and will, apparently, rely on Net Promoter Score as its most important metric. 3) Neurotechnology patents have been granted in stunning numbers since 2010, led by Nielsen and Microsoft.

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UK pollsters completely blew it. Norman Nie’s transformational contributions. (RBDR 5.11.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) UK pollsters’ completely inaccurate predictions for the British parliamentary election could impact the credibility of the research industry. 2) Facebook’s Daniel Slotwiner, who knew Norman Nie as a student, friend and employee, speaks with RBDR.

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Reasons piling up for a new MR look at data quality (RBDR 5.7.2015)

Today on RBDR: Is the research industry up for a new round of online data quality initiatives? Several executives have pointed out problems with data quality and Mary Beth Weber of Sigma Validation, on RBDR’s “2 Minutes With,” presents her case for a new effort.

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Jack Wakshlag discusses research & analytics inside media research. (RBDR 5.6.2015)

Today on RBDR: Longtime media research leader Jack Wakshlag discusses the internal challenge going on inside media research departments as media researchers and analytics personnel try to figure out how to mesh their respective abilities.

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