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We report the results of a randomized experiment conducted in Japan as part of a mail survey of voters. In this experiment, we examined whether or not inserting a pen in the questionnaire would improve the response rate. We employed a two-by-two treatment in which we varied the price of the pen...
Asymmetric multidimensional scaling (AMDS) is a visualization method that can be applied to asymmetric (dis)similarity data, which are adopted in several areas such as marketing research, psychometrics, and information science. Several researchers within these fields have examined and applied...
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