Develop choice models

Using tools (soon to be formalised into ready4 framework modules) from the mychoice R package, it is possible to develop choice models from responses to a discrete choice experiment survey.

This below section renders a vignette article from the mychoice library. You can use the following links to:

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The tools in mychoice are designed to make it easier to develop and use choice models with ready4 - an open source health economic model of the systems shaping mental health and wellbeing in young people.

This development version of the mychoice package has been made available as part of the process of testing and documenting the package.

Currently there are no vignettes available. However, examples of the application of mychoice functions to a real world discrete choice experiment are in programs available at (design of a discrete choice experiment survey) and (analysis of discrete choice experiment survey responses). PDF versions of each program, along with the artefacts produced by each are available in the online dataset at

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