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Specifying a Single Continuous Price Variable in ACBC

We are conducting a ACBC conjoint survey and cannot assign price increments to specific attribute levels. Therefore, we would like to specify a single base price for the product concept (along with the desired range of price variation to test, such as from -30% to +30%). The motives for this move ar eperfectly explained in the tutorial. However, I am not 100% sure how to set this up in SSI? Do I still choose summed pricing fpr the price attribute and the specify the base price in the pricing tab (leaving the component prices blank)?
Thanks a lot for your help!
asked Jul 10, 2017 by Julian

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Yes, that is exactly how you would accomplish this. Add a price attribute to your attribute list. In the ACBC settings, set this as the summed price attribute. On the pricing tab, specify the base price and the price variance (doesn't have to be symmetrical), and don't specify any prices for the features.
answered Aug 10, 2017 by Aaron Hill Silver Sawtooth Software, Inc. (9,020 points)