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Decision Maker

Decision Maker
How to use The grid lets you enter options (things you'll choose between) in columns. Just click the "add option" button, and enter the name of each option. Then you need to enter criteria that you want to rate your options on, like price, quality, frequency etc. Click the "add criteria" button and name your criteria. Each criterion needs a weight (from 1 to 10), which indicates how important it is relative to the other criteria. Example See this example » Written by Ben Hunt

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