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ACBC covariate estimation - alpha file

Thanks again for your help Bryan.

I now included the covariates on HB estimation. But the alpha file which is in .csv format is unreadable on excel to see the regression weights. I tried to replace the seperator,  to make it readible on excel but it also did not work out. is there anything else I can do to be able to read the regression weights of covariates ?

As for your other suggestion to use regression on SPSS or SAS. zero centered differences are given seperate for each level of each attribute for each respondent. Do they need to be tested seperately for each level or how can I achive an aggregate level result for each attribute ?
related to an answer for: Affects of Covariates and cryptic error
asked Dec 11, 2014 by Mir (400 points)
edited Dec 11, 2014 by Mir

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Regarding your troubles opening the .csv file, these are the sorts of questions you should pose directly to our technical support group (801 477 4700) or email them at support at sawtoothsoftware dot com.  

To use an aggregate level result for attributes (ordered attributes such as speed and price), you could consider using the difference in utility between the highest and lowest levels of that attribute.
answered Dec 11, 2014 by Bryan Orme Platinum Sawtooth Software, Inc. (203,065 points)
ACBC covariate interpretation- alpha file