This article describes how to go from a Latent Class Choice Model output created in Displayr:

To a variable containing respondent-level class membership derived from the Latent Class Choice Model:

## Requirements

- A document containing a Latent Class Choice Model output created in Displayr.

## Method

- Select the Latent Class Choice Model output in your document.
- From the
**object inspector**, click**SAVE VARIABLE(S) > Class Membership**.

A new nominal, mutually exclusive (Pick One) variable is saved to the data set containing the respondent-level class membership values.

## Technical details

Each respondent has a probability of being in each class. You can determine these probabilities by using **SAVE VARIABLE(S) > Class Membership Probabilities** and looking at the *RAW DATA*. The new variable generated by this script assigns each respondent to the class with the largest probability of membership.

The table below is a Raw Data table that shows the probability of each respondent being assigned to each of the classes from the Latent Class Choice Model:

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