Displaying a Design
The Display Design procedure allows you to print an experimental design. You can print the design in either a rough-draft listing format or as profiles that you can present to subjects in a conjoint study. This procedure can display designs created with the Generate Orthogonal Design procedure or any designs displayed in an active dataset.
To Display an Orthogonal Design
This feature requires the Conjoint option.
- From the menus choose:
- Move one or more factors into the Factors list.
- Select a format for displaying the profiles in the output.
Format. You can choose one or more of the following format options:
- Listing for experimenter. Displays the design in a draft format that differentiates holdout profiles from experimental profiles and lists simulation profiles separately following the experimental and holdout profiles.
- Profiles for subjects. Produces profiles that can be presented to subjects. This format does not differentiate holdout profiles and does not produce simulation profiles.
Optionally, you can:
- Click Titles to define headers and footers for the profiles.