|Ngene: the most comprehensive software for designing choice experiments
10 Jul, 2014
Ngene 1.1.2 is now available. It provides a number of bug fixes and syntax checks, and improves the feedback for some types of challenging design specifications.
16 February, 2012
Ngene 1.1.1 is now available. The key new feature is attribute levels functions, plus there are some minor bug fixes.
13 May, 2011
Ngene 1.1 is now available. There are a number of exciting new features, including interactions with dummy coded attributes, the ability for attributes to enter the utility expressions via an interaction only, a faster swapping algorithm, improved handling of problematic design specifications, and various other new features, improvements and bug fixes. For full details, refer to the version history.
8 February, 2010
ChoiceMetrics now has a mailing list. We will use the list to make key announcements, in particular new updates to Ngene. You can unsubscribe at any time.
4 February, 2010
Ngene 1.0.2 is now available. Ngene now works under 64 bit Windows, and allows dominance to be prevented in experimental designs. Plus there are a number of bug fixes. The download page contains the download, plus instructions to follow if you are upgrading from previous versions.
18 September, 2009
A point release of Ngene is available for download. Version 1.0.1 fixes a number of minor bugs, provides some speedups, and includes a new online activation option for quick and easy product activation. The download page contains the latest version, plus instructions to follow if you are upgrading from version 1.0.
2 March, 2009
ChoiceMetrics announces the first release of a new software package to design choice experiments: Ngene 1.0.
Ngene is designed to be the single source of stated choice experimental designs. With Ngene you can generate orthogonal designs, efficient designs, full and fractional factorial designs and optimal orthogonal in the differences designs with ease. A more extensive list of features is available here.
An evaluation version is freely available. While the design levels can not be viewed without purchasing Ngene, all other functionality is complete. ChoiceMetrics is now accepting payments for Ngene.
Looking to estimate a choice model?
Ngene is a tool for generating stated choice experimental designs. For estimating a wide variety of choice models, we recommend using NLOGIT, by Econometric Software.