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IdeaMap®
IdeaMap®
IdeaMap and IdeaMap.Net software suite for messaging & positioning optimization
IdeaMap® StyleMap® MessageMap® ChoiceMap™ Concept Optimizer™ Addressable Minds™ TrialMap™ ProductEngineer®
IdeaMap®
IdeaMap®
IdeaMap and IdeaMap.Net software suite for messaging & positioning optimization
StyleMap®
StyleMap®
StyleMap is a software suite for product design and packaging, the optimal solution for pure graphics research
MessageMap®
MessageMap®
MessageMap is a fast, powerful, scientific technology, exclusively for the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry
InnovAidOnline™
InnovAidOnline™
InnovAid is a consumer-driven concept innovation machine for product and lifestyle categories in their later lifecycle stages.
Addressable Minds™
Addressable Minds™
Increase sales effectiveness by 8-15%. How...by knowing what your target audience wants to hear and what will turn them off.
ChoiceMap™
ChoiceMap™
ChoiceMap empowers you to gain a perspective on the business landscape like never before: adjust and optimize your messaging and product features, simulate consumer response
Concept Optimizer™
Concept Optimizer™
Concept Optimizer uses advanced concept optimization techniques to combine winning elements from your completed studies.
ProductEngineer®
ProductEngineer®
ProductEngineer was created for optimizing product development, to help set your products apart from the competitors
TrialMap™
TrialMap™
TrialMap provides a proven methodology to improve jury selection


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How Features of Pictures in Concepts Drive Semantic Scale Profiles and Purchase Intent Utilities in a Conjoint Task: The Case of Coffee

The authors show how one can perform a 'meta-analysis' of pictures in a conjoint based task. The authors used data from the world-wide coffee study, comprising 38 pictures. They identified the components of the pictures, and used the presence/absence of those components as independent variables. They were then able to relate these components to the utilities of the pictures and to the locations of the pictures on a set of semantic scales. They did this analysis by country and by concept response segment.

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