Analysis of Sensory and Consumer Data in a Mixed Model Framework

Functions that facilitate analysis of Sensory as well as Consumer data within a mixed effects model framework. The so-called mixed assessor models, that correct for the scaling effect are implemented. The generation of the d-tilde plots forms part of the package. The shiny application provides a GUI for the functionalities.


2.0-9 changes:

  • fixed plots in order to pass check (due to new version of ggplot2)


  • main feature - conjoint is now part of the SensMixed package

  • added tests for the conjoint function

  • for the sensmixed function: changed the options, simplified the arguments (more user friendly). Changed accordingly the manual

  • in plot.sensmixed added option for the stacked barplots (sorted bars). (see the manual of how to use it)

  • the shiny version SensMixedUI() is changed accordingly

Reference manual

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2.1-0 by Per Bruun Brockhoff, a year ago

Browse source code at

Authors: Alexandra Kuznetsova [aut] , Per Bruun Brockhoff [aut, ths, cre] , Rune Haubo Bojesen Christensen [aut]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL (>= 2) license

Imports Hmisc, plyr, doBy, xtable, reshape2, ggplot2, shiny, shinyBS, lme4, MASS

Depends on stats, methods

Suggests pbkrtest, parallel, estimability

See at CRAN