05 May 2015 — Gert van Valkenhoef
We are proud to announce the release of a new version of our web-based Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis (MCDA) tool. The majority of this release was devoted to polishing the user interface, and introducing a new way of eliciting Partial Value Functions. We invite everyone to try it out at mcda.drugis.org.
The release contains the following features and bug fixes:
- Remove the MacBeth Partial Value Function elicitation, in favor of a method based on bisection
- Add clear warnings when information will be destroyed
- Add a legend to the heat maps
- Report units of measurement more consistently, and display unbounded intervals correctly
- Add Gravatar support (profile pictures)
- Considerably improve client-side performance
Thanks to Joël Kuiper and Douwe Postmus for their work on this release, and the IMI PROTECT project for their support.