Best-Worst Scaling google
Best-Worst Scaling (BWS) can be a method of data collection, and/or a theory of how respondents provide top and bottom ranked items from a list. BWS is increasingly used to obtain more choice data from individuals and/or to understand choice processes. The three “cases”of BWS are described, together with the intuition behind the models that are applied in each case. A summary of the main theoretical results is provided, including an exposition of the possible theoretical relationships between estimates from the di¤erent cases, and of the theoretical properties of “best minus worst scores.”BWS data can be analysed using relatively simple extensions to maximum-likelihood based methods used in discrete choice experiments. These are summarised, before the bene…ts of simple functions of the best and …

Zero Inflation google
In statistics, a zero-inflated model is a statistical model based on a zero-inflated probability distribution, i.e. a distribution that allows for frequent zero-valued observations.
The zero-inflated Poisson model concerns a random event containing excess zero-count data in unit time. For example, the number of insurance claims within a population for a certain type of risk would be zero-inflated by those people who have not taken out insurance against the risk and thus are unable to claim. The zero-inflated Poisson (ZIP) model employs two components that correspond to two zero generating processes. The first process is governed by a binary distribution that generates structural zeros. The second process is governed by a Poisson distribution that generates counts, some of which may be zero. …


Latent Class Analysis (LCA) google
Latent class analysis (LCA) identifies unobservable subgroups within a population. …

Advertisements