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RLH / Pct cert for constant sum conjoint


I just want to check on how much is typical RLH / pct cert for constant sum cbc-hb estimation? The total no of concept is 4. I know it is lower, but I just want to get a feel how low it is usually.

Thank you.
asked Apr 19, 2012 by anonymous
retagged Sep 13, 2012 by Walter Williams

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Indeed, as you've probably noticed, the RLH computation is different when chips are involved, and much lower than standard discrete choice.

The RLH norms will depend on how much respondents tend to push the chips all onto one concept versus dividing them more evenly.

Maybe some users out there who have constant sum datasets can give you some norms from their observations.  I don't deal with chip allocation much at all, as my projects are all discrete choice.
answered Apr 19, 2012 by Bryan Orme Platinum Sawtooth Software, Inc. (198,415 points)
Thank you Bryan.