Description Usage Arguments Details Value

This methods calculates Consistency Ratio for `PairwiseComparisonMatrix`

.
The consistency ratio can only be provided for `PairwiseComparisonMatrix`

with
less than 10 rows. For bigger matrices the value is not known.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 | ```
consistencyRatio(comparisonMatrix, print.report = TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'PairwiseComparisonMatrix'
consistencyRatio(comparisonMatrix, print.report = TRUE)
## S4 method for signature 'FuzzyPairwiseComparisonMatrix'
consistencyRatio(comparisonMatrix, print.report = TRUE)
``` |

`comparisonMatrix` |
A |

`print.report` |
Optional boolean parameter stating if short report should be printed along with determination
of Consistency Ratio. Default value is |

Generally pairwise comparison matrixes are considered to be consistent if the value of Consistency Ration
is smaller than 0.1. For matrices comparing more then 10 elements then Consistency Ratio is unsuitable, because the
values of random index, that is necessary to obtain Consistency Ratio, are only known for matrixes with size smaller
than *10\times10*.

A numeric value of Consistency Ratio, for `PairwiseComparisonMatrix`

with more than 10
an error is raised.

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