BJJ Gi Survey Initial Results and Follow Up Survey

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by BorisBJJ, Jul 18, 2010.

  1. BorisBJJ

    BorisBJJ White Belt

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    The initial results from my survey are in. More analysis will be done on the results soon, so keep watching.

    Also, please take the follow up survey!

    Jiu Jitsu Theory and Practice
     
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    irc Brown Belt

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    Really, really interesting. There is a lot of information which can be taken from the study that has noting to do with BJJ gi's, too. Awesome.
     
  3. Vector_X

    Vector_X Brown Belt

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    I find it rather surprising that 93 people own a lucky gi yet only 23 of those people thought it was their favorite gi.
     
  4. BJJ in Chicago

    BJJ in Chicago Livin' la vida bomba

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    excellent research done here. i hope companies are paying for, or at least acknowledging, your work. you just did so much research for them, it's ridiculous.
     
  5. Spoonman7

    Spoonman7 Red Belt

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    that is a detailed survey, gi makers take notice
     
  6. Polvo

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    The trends are interesting. There is no clear winner in terms of favorite kimono.
     
  7. BorisBJJ

    BorisBJJ White Belt

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    There's a statistician working on a measure of preference. He's using a statistical technique called Multinomial Logit Regression to determine which gis are most preferred - the same used in the measure of preference for the Aesopian survey ( Aesopian's Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Journal ).
     

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