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consumer research: save utility formula



I am analyzing different mixed logit models on my data from a discrete choice experiment. I am using the 'Hierarchical Bayes estimation' under the 'Consumer Platform'. However, when I select 'save utility formula', the saved parameter estimates (picture 1 in attachment) differ from the posterior mean parameter estimations (picture 2). What do the saved parameter estimates represent then?



Many thanks in advance



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