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What is a good model fit for ACBC using HB analysis

I have performed an ACBC study and now I was wondering what values for the average Percent Certainty and for the RLH are required for a good fit of the model.
I currently have  a Pct. Cert. of 0.508 and a RLH of 0.669.
What values are acceptable for a good model fit ?
asked May 14, 2014 by niek

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Don't know the norms across many studies, but the sample ACBC data set that ships with ACBC software (the "Laptop" study) has an RLH of 0.59 and Percent Certainty of 0.39.  So, you're north of that example (which is real data, not contrived).

I have another dataset here shared with me (with permission) from a client that has RLH of 0.66 and Percent Certainty of 0.49.  That one has very similar fit statistics to yours.
answered May 14, 2014 by Bryan Orme Platinum Sawtooth Software, Inc. (160,485 points)