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Direct Marketing & Data Specialists

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Bernard Rooney, TM Lewin

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Sue Moss, Mothercare

Our “Sample Size Matters” statistical significance calculator helps you to answer some common questions.

What sample size should I use?

How reliable is my test mailing response?

Is my Test response significantly different to my Control response?

We’ve included a user-friendly guide, too!but if you need any help with sampling and how size matters, call us to arrange a trial using your own data.

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Miranda Christie, OKA Direct

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Sue Moss, Mothercare

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Andrew Godfrey, Patra Selections

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Emma Brannan, JoJo Maman Bébé

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… explaining in more detail how we go about looking after your data.
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We’ve pulled together our own version of the handy ready-reckoner that many of you will be familiar with – and it comes with a user guide for those new to crunching those all-important dm numbers!

Sample Size Matters – it really does!


Click here to see
a gallery of some
of our clients


You might expect a response rate of 1.8 percent to your test mailing but be able to accept a rate say 0.3 percentage points either side of this,
ie. between 1.5% and 2.1%
on your rollout – maybe because of cost savings that can be achieved on rollout volumes for example…

.. of course, we are normally only interested in how much below our expectation of response our rollout result is likely to be.


If you achieved a test response of 1.80% on a mailing of 8,400 records, your “limit of error” is 0.28% - believe me, it is - and you can therefore expect a rollout response of between 1.52% and 2.08%.  This is the case no matter how big your rollout – if you can accept at least the lower predicted level of response (95 times out of a hundred and all other things being equal) you can continue to as large a rollout as you have available!  It is as well to read that caveat in brackets again!


A Control sample of 5.000 records and a Test sample of 10,000 records achieved responses of 2.50% and 2.30% respectively.  This produces a “limit of error” (of 0.52% either side of the difference between the Control and Test sample response rates) and a range of response that is not significantly different to the Control:   2.18% — 3.22%.  
This means that the Test sample response is only  significantly different to the Control sample if the response rate falls outside this range.  In this example, therefore, the Test sample response of 2.30% is not significantly different to the Control.

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Ace Rapid Reaction Corpse
Bargain Hunter
Dame Osama Bin-Large-Wart
Del TheGreatest Ever
Douglas Service-Station
Dr PRE Tend
Ewajalalabhad Phillips I Love Pony
Herr Wilhelm Wonka
Lady Osama Bozzilla
Lord Lee Uses Tactics
Lord Montgomery Wellhung Rumpty Maidslapper
Miss Bigboobies Mossman
Miss Lauren Sexy Samantha Baker
Miss Little Pork Chop Walsh
Miss Scotland Nah Too Ugly
Miss Tomato Marzipan
Mr A Parker-Bowels
Mr Bigger Muttonchops
Mr Bob Monkeyhouse
Mr Cool Dude
Mr Cross Asinangry
Mr Hello Neighbour
Mr Natcho Chips
Mr Noodle Noodle
Mr Toby Carvery
Mrs Prim Super Housewife
Mrs Wobbly Wilson
Nina The Village Gossip
Postcode FIX EPOS
Reverend Jackabean Fritzel
Sir Albemarle The Great Prendergatsen Gerfunkenstopphen
Smack my ass and call me Jane
Sparrow in Furnace
The Old Wreck Tree
Trudy Always-Right Purkiss
Vicars Defence Systems
Vydontcha Buggerov

Here is a selection of this season’s client images.


There are lots more to show along with our client testimonials when you come to see us.”

To receive your free copy of our View Finder insight papers, call us or email info@basedata.co.uk