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Is there a way to import the data back into Sawtooth to conduct the analysis using Sawtooth?

I have programmed a Max-Diff exercise in Confirmit.  The design was created in Sawtooth and the programmer implemented this in Confirmit.
asked Nov 28, 2011 by anonymous
retagged Sep 1, 2016 by Walter Williams

2 Answers

+2 votes
In SSI Web 7 you can use the paper and pencil import feature available in the Field menu to import your MaxDiff data. You can then estimate item scores within SSI Web. If you are using SSI Web 6 then you will need to use the standalone MaxDiff Designer to create a .cho file that CBC/HB can use to estimate item scores.
answered Nov 29, 2011 by Jeff Forkner Bronze (2,875 points)
Any details on importing the data back into Sawtooth? I have the Maxdiff .cho file as well as the survey .ssi file, what's the next step?
+1 vote
SSI Web Version 8 will offer this feature.  Otherwise you have to artificially create a dat.dat file which can be done with some customization work.
answered Nov 28, 2011 by Mike Lodder Gold (22,975 points)
how do you artifically creat a .dat file?