A Self Instructing Course in Mode Choice Modeling

One thing to ensure you understand how your software of choice works is to compare it to known outcomes.  For example, while learning Biogeme, I converted and ran some of the scenarios in A Self Instructing Course in Mode Choice Modeling in Biogeme and found interesting issues where certain values coming out of Biogeme were the reciprocal of those in the manual.  Neither is wrong, but when applying the data to a model, you have to know these things.

I've decided to do the same thing in R, and I had a lot of problems getting the CD.  I luckily found one on my hard drive.  It is here.

For the sake of making life easier on anyone that gets here looking for the manual, it's here.

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