Consonance Analysis is a useful numerical and graphical approach for evaluating the consistency of the measurements and the panel of people involved in sensory evaluation. It makes use of several uni and multivariate techniques either graphical or analytical. It shows the implementation of this procedure in a graphical interface.
You can learn more about this package at: http://www.uv.mx/personal/nehuerta/cons/
CONS is a package with a graphical interface that performs Consonance Analysis. This procedure is an approach useful for evaluating the consistency of the measurements performed by a panel of people involved in sensory evaluation. It makes use of several uni and multivariate techniques either graphical or analytical. The procedure helps evaluate the linearirty of an attribute with respect to the panel performance. If there is evidence that an attribute is not linear then this information could be used to improve the evaluation of such characteristic. The method also helps detect whether some members of the panel deviate from the rest. A critical tool for this procedure is Principal Components Analysis. Note: CONS is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
CONS is a graphic interface
Nery Sofia Huerta-Pacheco, Victor Manuel Aguirre-Torres, Teresa Lopez-Alvarez
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