These apps are available online, but are also all included in the
SHELF R package. Online access to these apps is time-limited (they are hosted on RStudio’s shinyapps.io service). If you want to use the apps in an actual elicitation workshop, we strongly encourage you to use the offline versions in the
Eliciting a Dirichlet distribution for a set of proportions constrained to sum to 1.
Eliciting a distribution for a continuous target variable $X$ via a distribution for a continuous extension variable $Y$ and a conditional distribution for $X|Y$.
Eliciting a distribution for a continuous target variable $X$ via a distribution for a discrete extension variable $Y$ and a conditional distribution for $X|Y$. Can be used to elicit multimodal distributions.
We have been involved in developing other elicitation methods, outside of the SHELF project. There is a paper and supporting app/code for each method, but templates for conducting the elicitation are not available within SHELF
Elicitation for survival and time-to-event outcomes
Eliciting proper priors for heterogeneity in random-effects meta analysis
Eliciting distributions for population variances
As part of the MATCH project, David Morris, Jeremy Oakley and John Crowe produced a web-based elictation tool which is based on an earlier version of the SHELF R code. A user guide was produced as part of the PCOD+ project, sponsored by the Office for Naval Research.