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When you show the two larger circles with the players being compared, you could simply have some sort of selector below each one with the year. That way you're only bothering with the year for the selected players and it doesn't complicate your interface too much. There are many options for the year / season selectors: dropdowns a simple list of ...


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Since you have two lists and there is no information on which one is primary, I think that diff like this will work good: Pros: It shows both lists unmodified It shows resulting list It highlights items which are added It shows common part of the lists Cons: Three lists instead of one Colors could be tuned up to your needs (for example, you may ...


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The second one is much lighter on the eye, and much more fluid. The last thing you want is your users being distracted or irritated by the high-speed loading animation. ... though this is a very, very subjective question! UPDATE Sorry, not really high-speed, just greater movement


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What you describe seems a diff-like application. You could use a similar view, two columns and the matching items hightlighted. As for the similarity algorithm, if ListA is {A} and ListB is {A,B} lists would be 50% similar, then it could be: coincidences / (ListA length + ListB length + conincidences) * 100


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The solution I've seen is to not use a fixed grid, but a set of fields as required. Each condition has its own row, containing the necessary fields. Since every operator needs one value, one value field is always visible. When the user selects "between", a second field is added for this row only. I have no specific testing results supporting or ...


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Here is how Google handles between in Analytics. Using only less than, greater than and AND, between is easy to achieve. With Include/Exclude you could also select the values not between two values. There is also "equals" selection in the operator dropdown also. So every operator visible in your picture should be available with the Google way. It only ...


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Alternate approaches:- 1) You can think of showing summary of changes in a popup confirm dialog, when user click 'Submit' button. 2) Or mark modified fields(background color or border color), and show old value during mouseover in a tooltip. Above approaches satisfies both requirements :- 1) Uncluttered Modify UI without third column to show previous ...


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The classical way is a Venn diagram: (Source: Wikipedia) For quantification of set similarity/dissimilarity, you can look at Sørensen–Dice coefficient or Jaccard index. Their parameterization is the Tversky index.



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