Prest is a free and user-friendly desktop application for computational revealed preference analysis. It allows for processing choice datasets that economists, psychologists and consumer/marketing researchers often generate through experiments, market studies or surveys.
Prest is open-source software and its latest version will always be available online for free.
Prest does not collect any data entered by its users.
On Linux, use the provided instructions to run Prest.
The pages linked below (and also in the navigation menu on the left) contain information about Prest’s features, define the terms used in the graphical user interface, and explain relevant background concepts.
Text boxes with the Tip label provide essential information about Prest’s features.
Text boxes with the Note label provide supplementary information.
- Prest Workspace & Menu
- Terminology & Notation
- Choice Consistency Analysis
- Non-Parametric Preference Estimation
- Simulations & Estimation Power
- Copyright & License
If you would like to cite Prest in your academic work, you can use the following reference:
Georgios Gerasimou and Matúš Tejiščák (2018) Prest: Open-Source Software for Computational Revealed Preference Analysis, Journal of Open Source Software, 3(30), 1015, doi:10.21105.joss.01015.
Email address: contact AT prestsoftware DOT com