Tag: market research

  • Using Topic Modelling to learn from Open Questions in Surveys

    Another presentation I gave at the General Online Research (GOR) conference in March1, was on our first approach to using topic modelling at SKOPOS: How can we extract valuable information from survey responses to open-ended questions automatically? Unsupervised learning is a very interesting approach to this question — but very hard to do right.

  • Replicability in Online Research

    Replicability in Online Research

    At the GOR conference in Cologne two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to give a talk on replicability in Online Research. As a PhD student researching this topic and working as a data scientist in market research, I was very happy to have the opportunity to give my thoughts on how the debate in […]

  • New Preprint: Does it Actually Feel Right?

    New Preprint: Does it Actually Feel Right?

    In a recent post, I mentioned a replication study we performed. We have now finalised the manuscript and uploaded it as a pre-print to PsyArXiv. Update (25.04.2018): The paper is now published at Royal Society Open Science and available here.