Month: July 2014

A look at Comic-Con tweets

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Need help buying a kayak?

Our founder, Razieh Niazi, is an avid camper. Recently she was shopping around for a kayak and found herself in need of help assessing some product information. Users of this particular kayak left various comments, but she wanted to get…

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Taking the fear out of open-ended survey responses

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Honda Indy: Positive fan experience despite rain

Despite the inclement weather on Saturday and the rescheduling of that day’s race to Sunday morning, this past weekend’s Honda Indy Race event in Toronto, Canada looks to have been a success. There were 4907 tweets (using the official race…

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Kaypok Insight and open ended survey questions

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Design Notes #2: Circular graphs

Time for dessert: do you prefer a pie or a donut? When should we eat a dessert like this? And what are the factors you should consider before either of these treats? Donut Chart compared…

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A quick look at the Honda Indy in Toronto

This weekend brings the Honda Indy (part of North America’s IndyCar series race) to Toronto, and we thought we’d take a look at what people were saying leading up to the event. Here’s how Kaypok’s analysis works: we take https://bestpaperwrirters.com…

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TIFF’s closing weekend: Festival favourite and what do we do now?

The end is here! After 10 days and nights, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has closed. Toronto’s traffic will (hopefully) return to normal. But as dedicated moviegoers spend their first few days outside of a theatre, Twitter is still…

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TIFF 2nd Weekend: Oscar Buzz, less Captain than you’d think, and more about women in film

Due to the volume of Kaypok data and the amount of underlying conversations pulled for this post, our friend Elizabeth Monier-Williams (@analyticeye) joined Kailee to write this post. Elizabeth is the Director, Marketing & Communications at MaRS Innovation (and has…

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Customer validation

One of the challenges of bringing a new product to market is validating the value proposition. In other words, after listening to folks and getting a good sense of what they need to better do their job, you need to…

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