We support academics and researchers with discounted academic licenses.
Also, academic awards to use 1000minds for free are available to students who don’t have funding available to pay for a license.
If you are an academic or researcher whose project is funded from a grant or in some other way so that you can afford to buy an academic license – e.g. as part of your grant or from your available funding – we’d be pleased to arrange one with you. Please contact us to arrange an academic license.
(And it seems appropriate that if you’re going to pay a research company to administer your survey or recruit your participants, then you should be prepared buy a 1000minds academic license too. Fair enough?)
Or if you’re a student without funding to pay for a license, contact us to request an academic award, and we’ll send you an application form. Applications are usually approved quickly, but in the meantime you can get started with a free trial immediately.
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And see potential research ideas if you’re looking for inspiration.
To mention 1000minds in your research, we recommend something like:
“1000minds software (www.1000minds.com), implementing the PAPRIKA method (Hansen & Ombler 2008)”
The above reference for the article underpinning the PAPRIKA method is:
P Hansen & F Ombler (2008), “A new method for scoring multi-attribute value models using pairwise rankings of alternatives”, Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis 15, 87-107.