Basic Functions for Supporting an Implementation of Choice Experiments in R

@inproceedings{Aizaki2012BasicFF,
  title={Basic Functions for Supporting an Implementation of Choice Experiments in R},
  author={Hideo Aizaki},
  year={2012}
}
The package support.CEs provides seven basic functions that support the implementation of choice experiments (CEs) in R: two functions for creating a CE design, which is based on orthogonal main-effect arrays; a function for converting a CE design into questionnaire format; a function for converting a CE design into a design matrix; a function for making the data set suitable for the implementation of a conditional logit model; a function for calculating the goodness-of-fit measures of an… CONTINUE READING

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