EPS is a technique built into MRDCL which allows you to construct your own templates so that you can read instructions stored in an Excel workbook/worksheet that will generate variables, tables or whatever else you want.
When you get a series of support requests where the recipients of the support reply something like “thanks, but that’s quite tedious to script”, you realise you need to show someone a better way.
One of the topics where we receive most support requests for MRDCL is in the handling of numeric fields or the usage of arithmetic. In this article, I will try to cover most of the issues raised and explain how and why MRDCL works the way it does.
Our webinar, The MRDC Reporting Toolkit (running time: 56 minutes), discussed the difficulty of getting figures from tables into reports as well as unveiling the first release of the new toolkit which is free to all our customers.
There are many market research tabulation or crosstab software packages available, but few handle tables from tracking studies as well as MRDCL. Tracking studies ..usually become easier to manage… however, the data processing, tabulations and reporting often present problems.
If you are considering purchasing MRDCL, one of the questions you are likely to ask yourself is why is MRDCL more expensive than many other tabulation software packages and is it worth the expenditure?
Our webinar, 4 MRDCL Productivity Secrets, drew a record audience. The purpose of the webinar was to give both new and experienced users some ideas about how MRDCL used more productively…
Evaluating any market research software package whether it is for CAPI, CATI, CAWI, crosstabs, reporting or any other task is not easy. Deciding what is best for your business will need to take into consideration functionality and, of course, pricing…
What you get when you buy a software licence in the market research industry will vary from supplier to supplier. Some online subscription services give you nothing more than the right to use the software, others will ….
MRDCL is one of a small number of software products that allow data processing professionals to efficiently produce volumes of
crosstabulations, crosstabs, tabulations, tables or whatever you call them using a scripting language.