Basic Marketing Research with Excel

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  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-01-04
  • Publisher: Pearson

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This book is targeted for those who need to learn the marketing research process and basic data analysis techniques. This is the first book on the market that offers a software add-in (XL Data Analyst#xAE;) designed specifically to use the power of Excel for marketing research applications.#xA0; XL Data Analyst #xAE; also features data analysis output that is exceptionally easy to understand and in professional table/report-ready format.#xA0; All marketing research concepts are presented #xA0;simply and intuitively.#xA0; This is the ideal book for those who wish to teach basic marketing research to undergraduate students without learning cumbersome statistical analysis software but who have access to Excel".#xA0; The XL Data Analysis Add-in is easy to master and use and performs analyses such as tests of proportions and hypothesis tests for percentages, not typically available on standard statistical analysis software.#xA0;

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Marketing Research
Chapter 2: The Marketing Research Industry
Chapter 3: The Marketing Research Process Including the Problem and Research Objectives
Chapter 4: Research Design Alternatives and Qualitative Research
Chapter 5: Information Types and Sources: Secondary Data and Standardized Information
Chapter 6: Data Collection Methods
Chapter 7: Measurement Scales
Chapter 8: Designing Data Collection Forms
Chapter 9: Determining Sample Size and the Sample Plan

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