Stated Preferences for Car Choice
number of observations : 4654
observation : individuals
country : United States
A dataframe containing :
choice of a vehicle among 6 propositions
college education ?
size of household greater than 2 ?
commute lower than 5 miles a day ?
body type, one of regcar (regular car), sportuv (sport utility vehicle), sportcar, stwagon (station wagon), truck, van, for each proposition z from 1 to 6
fuel for proposition z, one of gasoline, methanol, cng (compressed natural gas), electric.
price of vehicle divided by the logarithm of income
hundreds of miles vehicle can travel between refuelings/rechargings
acceleration, tens of seconds required to reach 30 mph from stop
highest attainable speed in hundreds of mph
tailpipe emissions as fraction of those for new gas vehicle
0 for a mini, 1 for a subcompact, 2 for a compact and 3 for a mid–size or large vehicle
fraction of luggage space in comparable new gas vehicle
cost per mile of travel (tens of cents) : home recharging for electric vehicle, station refueling otherwise
fraction of stations that can refuel/recharge vehicle
McFadden, Daniel and Kenneth Train (2000) “Mixed MNL models for discrete response”, Journal of Applied Econometrics, 15(5), 447–470.
Journal of Applied Econometrics data archive : http://qed.econ.queensu.ca/jae/.
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