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Aug 13, 2009 5:31 AM
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I am trying to set up a discrete choice experiment that compares 3 different drink types, and I would like each choice set to include three options - drink 1, drink 2, and drink 3 (whilst varying the attributes of each drink).

Could anyone advise me on how this might be done in JMP?

Thanks

Jon

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Aug 14, 2009 6:05 PM
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Have you checked out the demo tutorial at the following link

http://www.jmp.com/software/jmp8/demos.shtml

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Aug 17, 2009 5:52 AM
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I looked at the two design of experiment videos, but did not see anything relating to restricting combinations of attributes when defining a choice set of more than 2.

Do you know who I might contact at JMP with such a question?

Regards

Jon

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Aug 17, 2009 6:39 AM
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If however you are set on a choice design or conjoint analysis then check out Help>Books>JMP DOE Guide>Discrete Choice Designs. Chapter 8 discusses specifying prior means and prior variance.

I hope this helps.

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Oct 22, 2014 1:31 PM
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Hi LouV,

"If however you are set on a choice design or conjoint analysis then check out Help>Books>JMP DOE Guide>Discrete Choice Designs. Chapter 8 discusses specifying prior means and prior variance.

I hope this helps."

Unfortunately the information about the specification of the prio means and prio variance are quite poor. After reading all the information provided by JMP I actually still don't know how to use them. Is there any good example available? (Optimal Design of the Choice Experiment - JMP Blog is not really helpful as the author does not tell why he uses the values for the prio mean and prior variance.)

Best regards,

Herbert

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Aug 20, 2009 6:02 AM
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Thanks for your suggestions. I do want to undertake a choice experiment, but think I may have found the answer, by creating a table without the factor that I want to control and then adding in a new column with the factor in sequence.

Regards

Jon

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Jul 27, 2010 2:34 AM
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can you please elaborate on the subject of excluding factor combinations specifying prior means and prior variance? There is nothing in the help or handbooks regarding that topic.

More specifically: What value should be typed in the matrix if one wishes to disallow a certain factor combinations?

Thank you in advance for any help.

Regards

Marcel

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May 11, 2012 1:39 PM
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To impose a prohibition (aka: constraint, disallowed combination, etc.), for instance disallowing level 1 across attributes X1 and X2, in the in the Disallowed Combinations dialogue, use the following: X1 == 1 & X2 == 1 .

This same format can handle other (non-equal) prohibitions, as well as multiple attributes (for instance across three attributes as X1 == 1 & X2 == 1 & X3 == 1).

Separate prohibitions using a semi-colon.

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Jul 30, 2010 1:47 AM
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Please surprise me by proving that this forum is actually useful. So far I never got an answer to any of my questions.