Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of BluePrintDecisionMaking


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09/17/09 15:59:24 (13 years ago)
Author:
Connie White
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  • BluePrintDecisionMaking

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    88=== User Stories ===
    9  * People can contribute ideas to a list
    10  * People can vote on ideas (which are then represented by a sliding scale)
    11  * People can revote (their first initial vote is kept, present vote, then a new vote (which is compared to the present vote and updated))
     91.Propose a new option to consider
     102.Comment on any option proposed
     113.Vote on a relative comparison of any two options
     124.View the votes to find both disagreements and agreements
     135.Change their votes based upon discussion feedback and new options
     146.View a linear interval scale for the options based upon current votes
     157.View a modified interval scale based upon the missing votes for any options showing the degree of uncertainty in the relative position of an item in the scale resulting from those that have already voted.
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    13  * Each item is voted upon with paired comparisons which produces a rank.
     17 * Calculation for vote/revote (their first initial vote is kept, present vote, then a new vote (which is compared to the present vote and updated))
     18
     19 * Each item is voted upon with paired comparisons which produces a frequency count which is turned into a percentage number which is matched up with the corresponding number on a Unit Normal Table which finally produces a rank.
    1420 * A calculation for uncertainty is done: everyone who can vote - those who did
     21
    1522So there are three scales:
    1623 * one from the calculation from Thurstone (of which code is available for the unit normal conversion table)which takes many individual votes and calculates one group opinion.
    1724 * one with this, but including uncertainty (those who didn't vote) showing the best case outcome (if all votes go in favor of that item).
    18  * and then the third shows the opposing side (uncertainty) where the items will stand on a vote given they receive no more votes.
     25 * and then the third shows the opposing side (uncertainty) where the items will stand on a vote given they receive no more votes. 
    1926
    2027=== Implementation ===
    2128I think the major part is a lot of nested arrays.
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    23 Perhaps look for UI ideas from systems like [http://doodle.com Doodle] & [http://reddit.com Reddit]
     30=== User Interface ===
     31
     32The Primary Interface Design mimics that of Web2Py - this design can be better seen on the original Research Proposal. link provided under 'background documentation below' Figure 10.6 Screenshot of Integrated Functionality
     33
     34The  Decision Making Module
     35
     36
     37[Lists | Voting | Discussion | Scales ]
     38
     39
     40Lists
     41A user creates the problem representation, create lists
     42
     43- (+)[ GroupName ]
     44•       ListName1 [ discussion | vote |scale] created by UserName
     45•       ListName2 [ discussion | vote |scale] created by UserName
     46•       ListName3 [ discussion | vote |scale] created by UserName
     47•       …
     48create list with listname:   
     49
     50Voting
     51Where votes can be made, changed or put on hold
     52
     53- [votingList ]
     54•       voteList1 [ vote | change  vote | select items ] creates new expert Scale, group Scale, Uncertainty
     55•       voteList2 [ vote | change  vote | select items ] creates new expert Scale, group Scale, Uncertainty
     56•       voteList3 [ vote | change  vote | select items ] creates new expert Scale, group Scale, Uncertainty
     57•       …
     58search voting list:   
     59
     60Discussion
     61Forums for corresponding List where experts can post reply and/or agree or disagree with a prior post
     62•       forumDiscussion1.html [ post new | view]
     63•       …
     64
     65Scales
     66Scales offered to experts
     67•       scaleList1.html [ pindividual | group | uncertainty | side by side] 
     68•       scaleList2.html [ pindividual | group | uncertainty | side by side]
     69•       …
     70
     71
     72This next screen shows how paired comparisons can be presented to the user. This can be checkboxes or just something that indicates that one of the pairs has been selected over the other.
     73
     74-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     75   The Decision Making System                   Welcome BigFoot (logout)
     76
     77ÛBack                                                          Search
     78
     79Item ID57
     80
     81Gasoline Resource Allocation
     82
     83Description:  There are 30,000 gallons on reserve.  This is all of the supply for the next 30 hours.  There are many groups in need of this fuel.  How should this be allocated?
     84
     85Criteria: Which group needs the gasoline the most?
     86
     87Please select one item from each pair that you consider needs gasoline more than the other.
     88
     89        o Hospital, o Reserve
     90
     91        o Hospital, o National Guard
     92
     93        o Emergency management personnel, o National Guard
     94
     95        o National guard, o Reserve
     96
     97        o Reserve, o Emergency Management Personnel
     98
     99        o Emergency Management Personnel, o Hospital
     100             
     101
     102                    [SUBMIT]
     103--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
     104
     105Scales Visualized for Feedback
     106
     107This is the way I'd like to see the scales for feedback (3) - This is how Thurstone presented them:
     108
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     110
    24111=== Background Reading ===
    25112