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Feature Release 2022.6.1

Feature Release 2022.6.1

1st June 2022 in Feature Releases by Elliott Barratt

2022's Summer Tabx Release includes full support of the SSS xml standard for Import, enhanced project organisation and more Significance Tests!

Feature Release 2022.2.4

Feature Release 2022.2.4

5th February 2022 in Feature Releases by Elliott Barratt

We've vastly increased Tabx's Batch Script project management capability in the first release of 2022.


If I already have an SPSS license, then why should I invest in Tabx too?

9th October 2021 in Blogs by Andy Madeley

SPSS Base, known formally as “IBM SPSS Statistics Base”, is a cornerstone application within the MR industry and personally (and professionally) I can’t do without it! However, it really isn’t a simple market research savvy analysis tool and it’s definitely not a data visualisation tool. SPSS is just one of the applications I use and the reason for writing this article is to share my own best practice advice on using SPSS versus Tabx versus any other applications. I hope you enjoy! Any feedback welcome.

Feature Release 2021.10.1

Feature Release 2021.10.1

1st October 2021 in Feature Releases by Elliott Barratt

The Tabx Autumn release sees our technology move to dedicated database solutions, and some small quality of life UI improvements.


Data quality and data management are always at the heart of any MR or M&E project! I hope you agree!

29th July 2021 in Blogs by Andy Madeley

Even if you don’t agree with the statement within the title of the article wholly, I’d like to think that by the time you have finished reading this article that I’ve been able to twist your arm a little more. Also, please note, as much as my content here relates to my work within the quantitative project world, it is still relatable in parts to the qualitative project world. So, let’s start my sharing my 4 rules surrounding “data quality”. 1 = never assume, 2 = ask questions, 3 = you will always find something wrong, so find it and 4 = build a friendly relationship with the collection scripting team!


Why are companies moving to Microsoft products (Azure DB / Power BI) to showcase their survey results? Maybe they shouldn’t!

16th July 2021 in Blogs by Andy Madeley

Over the years I have been presented with data that is painful to look at! CSV files with no accompanying metadata component is the favourite. Opening the CSV files and then seeing every data record filled with the answer category text, not even code values. Sadly, CSV files are still the primary MR data input source for Azure (the “Data Lake”) and its sidekick, Power BI and this is problematic!

Feature Release 2021.6.2

Feature Release 2021.6.2

3rd June 2021 in Feature Releases by Elliott Barratt

June's Tabx release includes an expansion to user project permissions, Batch Multi-type Variable setup and some useful UI improvements.


Feature Release 2021.2.0

Feature Release 2021.2.0

26th February 2021 in Feature Releases by Elliott Barratt

Our first release in 2021 sees the introduction of more productivity enhancements and numerous upgrades to the Tabx user area and chart calculations.

Tabx Tips #1: 3d Segmentation

Tabx Tips #1: 3d Segmentation

12th February 2020 in Tutorials by Elliott Barratt

Being able to apply a third dimension when analysing data is a powerful tool in building your segments. In Tabx, it's just a few clicks - here's how.



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