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I am new to conjoint analysis and have been following a tutorial based on the mlogit package in R. However, I can't apply this modeling technique to my data for which my choice variable is a continuous measure. Is there any package and more importantly tutorial or reference for conjoint analysis with a continuous outcome variable?

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    – ttnphns
    Jan 8, 2021 at 12:35

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Several options. radiant looks good to me and there is an easy to follow tutorial: https://bookdown.org/content/1340/8-conjoint.html as well as a shiny-app: https://vnijs.shinyapps.io/radiant/?SSUID=3dcff236d7

Then there is conjoint, which to me feels a bit more complicated. Still several interesting tutorials available: https://www.data-mania.com/blog/conjoint-analysis-in-r/ https://dzone.com/articles/doing-conjoint-analysis-in-r

You can also just use lm and do everything by hand, not too hard, but less convenient.

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