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I need help in my research paper wherein I need to compute for the best set-up. I have two tables and I need to combine the rankings of these. The 1st table has rankings 1,2,3 same with the second table. The thing is, 90% of the final ranking is based on the 1st table while 10% is from the second table. I need ideas on how can I combine these.

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One possibility is as follows:

 

 

(of course, I've made up arbitrary rankings for the 10% table above; you would need to replace these with your actual rankings).

Alan  Oct 15, 2017
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thank you so much is there an actual name for this method?

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Not as far as I know!

Alan  Oct 15, 2017
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Alan’s presentation reminds me of the Schulze resolution or Condorcet voting.

(I’m not saying this is the name of his method, but there is a resemblance)

 

You can read about it here

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schulze_method

 

and here

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Condorcet_method

GingerAle  Oct 15, 2017
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That's interesting GingerAle!  I've not come across theSchulze method before.  It's not the same as the method I proposed, but could probably be used here (though there's more work invoved!).

Alan  Oct 15, 2017
edited by Alan  Oct 15, 2017
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Thank you so much everyone you're big help to my study. smiley

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