The results of a new music research project have come in. Six hundred songs were tested, and there are gigabytes of data. Now, it’s time to interpret results, sort the music, and get it on the air. But there is a problem. The top 50 songs are littered with songs that don’t fit the format strategy. Listeners have voted. Now what?

Nothing is more maddening than the difficult decisions of what to do with great-testing songs that don’t fit the format. What’s a programmer to do?

How To Interpret Results of Music Tests


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