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Number of times each level was chosen (ACBC)

In the technical paper "Application of Covariates Within Sawtooth Software’s CBC/HB Program: Theory and Practical Example", there is the recommendation to check the usefulness of covariates by looking at the differences between groups. More specifically, the differences regarding the "percent of times each level was chosen, when available".

My question is: Where can I find this variable for an ACBC analysis?

In the results of the count analysis, I found "level frequencies" (Number of times a given level was used across all concepts including replacement concepts.). Can I use these values as the number of times a level was available (divisor) or is this something slightly different?

Apart from that, where can I find the values for the number of times a level was chosen (denominator)?
asked Nov 20 by Laura

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