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I think that in this case graying out the unselected data is good. You don't need more space, so hiding them is not needed. Additionally as you said if you gray them out, the other columns won't change their location. Tables usually adjust and show only the columns that user have selected it is helpful in most cases. As I said it's makes space for the ...


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You can list the results and mention the certainty of each match. The more uncertain they get, the lower they show up in the list. In my example below I show the criteria with a check mark or question mark, but it could also be a number with label (like: "2 available", "availability unknown" etc.) or whatever suits the design. This is an example of results ...


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May be if you have an automated algorithm (data mining, AI etc.) running though uploaded images of hotel and visitor's reviews, then you might find these attributes mentioned there. Then, you can show users these attributes derived out of analysis. However, we need to clearly mention - "these facilities are found in review/photos, need to confirm with hotel"...


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