Analytics

3/16/21

What if the US Senate was a survey sample?

Jim pretends the 2021 US Senate was a survey sample to demonstrate how unrepresentative the body is of the country’s demographics.

By Jim PripusichRead More

1/28/21

Systemic Inequity in Our Communities

Using the ESRI Racial Equity GIS Hub, Andrew shares a few examples of what systemic inequity might actually look like in your community.

By Andrew StreightRead More

12/8/20

How to Use Empathy Maps: A Fictional Case Study

In part two of her blog on empathy maps, Molly provides a (fictional) case study to illustrate the concept.

By Molly HaganRead More

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7/30/20

What is data storytelling?

At Corona, we are constantly trying to think of better ways to present data so that it is easy to use. We recently gave a presentation to our friends at Denver Data Storytellers about blended storytelling. Below is a summary of what we discussed.

By Caitlin McAteerRead More

8/9/19

The Many Lands of Colorado

We look at how different organizations divide Colorado into regions, and we examine the commonalities and differences.

By Kevin RainesRead More

2/1/17

Co-creating Insights through Participatory Research

“We both know some things; neither of us knows everything. Working together we will both know more and we will both learn more about how to know” ~Patricia Maguire, in Doing Participatory Research Do you need to hear from more than the usual suspects?  Do you want your research to engage and empower people, rather […]

By Matt BruceRead More

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12/27/16

Subpopulations in Research

As I’m sure you know, we do a lot of survey research here at Corona. When we provide the results, we try to build the most complete picture for our clients, and that means looking at the data from every which way possible. One of the most effective ways to do this is by looking […]

By Greg HornbackRead More

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12/22/16

Does This Survey Make Sense?

It’s pretty common for Corona to combine qualitative and quantitative research in a lot of our projects.  We will often use qualitative work to inform what we need to ask about in qualitative phases of the research, or use qualitative research to better understand the nuances of what we learned in the quantitative phase.  But […]

By Mollie BoettcherRead More

11/4/16

Predictable Unknowns

Have you ever needed to know what the future will look like? To create great strategic plans, our clients need to understand what their operating environment will look like in five, ten, or thirty years.  They want to know how the population, jobs, markets, homes, and infrastructure are expected to change. We help these clients […]

By Matt BruceRead More

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7/22/16

The Race to the Rockies – Colorado Migration Part 1

I admit, I am one of many in the horde of people who have recently migrated to Colorado. Indeed, there are tens of thousands of us moving here each year at one of the highest rates in the country. But who really is “us”? Who are the people moving into Colorado in droves? This blog […]

By Greg HornbackRead More