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Can I use MaxDiff Analyzer TURF-tool for regular multiple response data?

Hi Sawtooth-Team,
I was wondering if and how I could use the MaxDiff Analyzer for analyzing regular multiple response data. So my questions are:
Does it work with integer data if it is formated in the same style as raw utility scores?
What file formats are used? How can I import 0/1 data in the tool?
Is there a manual that I can browse? Do I have to register first?

Thanks for the answers!
Alex
asked Apr 2, 2012 by alex.wendland Bronze (2,025 points)
retagged Sep 13, 2012 by Walter Williams

1 Answer

+1 vote
It indeed works with integer data.  File format is flat .csv file.  0/1 data is formatted simply as a column with 0 or 1 in it.

You can read the MaxDiff Analyzer help here:

https://www.maxdiffanalyzer.com/mda/faces/help/index.xhtml

 If you don’t already have an account and would like to try it out for free, you can create a 30-day trial account here:

https://www.maxdiffanalyzer.com/mda/faces/create-account.xhtml
answered Apr 2, 2012 by Bryan Orme Platinum Sawtooth Software, Inc. (148,340 points)
Thanks Bryan, that's what I was looking for. I will definitely sign up soon!
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