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comment What do you call the method for ranking a set of items using a series of questions comparing just 2 at each time
great as this is from the perspective from computer science. And extra cudos the magic number 7 link - sort of discovered it in person.
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Also i appreciate the drag and drop is very useful and work well with small and quick to judge items, as your excellent examples (cudos for the balsamiq links!). My data types are a whole paragraph and subtle and it is very streneous to actually do this accurately with the whole dataset. Also see this article. Also as mention a good implementation would 'only' :) need 15 Yes/No to get a perfect list. For full disclosure our list is 30+ items and we do a quick 'cull' as you did as well
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I don't think quite apply as my needed input is an individuals approach. However the multivariate is a interesting link and much appreciated
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This is great - i hadn't considered doing a 'close' enough ranking by doing this. It's sort of a 'quicksort' approach. Conjoint was the word that really connected
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