You want to rank cities, chemicals or nations? However you don’t know, how? Then a multi-indicatorsystem can provide an approach. Now: How to rank? You don’t like to combine all these useful information of the single indicators into a single ranking index? Then try PyHasse!

If you are interested in using PyHasse, all aspects from using the moudules are listed in the following table. In addition a set of demo files can be launched as Jupyter notebooks, with the Binder-Service:

If you are interested in using PyHasse, all aspects from using the moudules are listed in the following table. In addition a set of demo files can be launched as Jupyter notebooks locally, setup a virtual environment and download all samples:

git clone https://github.com/cursorius-cursor/pyhasse-notebooks.git

It's work in progress

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Module name | pyhasse.core | |

Short description | Import/Export of Data, some basic procedures | |

Installation | pip install pyhasse.core | |

Online demo: | see »Launch Binder« link above | |

Mathematical background | Math-Core | |

Module name | pyhasse.acm | |

Short description | Analysis of conflicts (Antichain: a subset of the set of objects, mutually incomparable) | |

Installation | pip install pyhasse.acm | |

Online sample data (Binder) | see »Launch Binder« link above | |

Mathematical background | Math-ACM | |

Module name | pyhasse.chain | |

Short description | Generation of Chains and their characterization (Chain: a subset of the set of objects, mutually comparable) | |

Installation | pip install pyhasse.chain | |

Online sample data (Binder) | -- | |

Mathematical background | Math-Chain | |

Coming soon ... | ||

The process of refactoring is going on with the following modules... | ||

Module Name | pyhasse.lpom | |

Short description | Generation of Chains and their characterization (Chain: a subset of the set of objects, mutually comparable) | |

Module name | pyhasse.fuzzy | |

Short description | Concept of De Walle et al […], where the relations between two objects are evaluated by fuzzy techniques. | |

Module name | pyhasse.copeland | |

Short description | The well-known decision support system based on a concept of Copeland. | |

Module name | pyhasse.similarity | |

Short description | Two data matrices with the same objects, but with different indicator sets are compared (actually in restructuring) | |

Module name | pyhasse.spyout | |

Short description | Generation of a Hasse diagram (Basic module. Recommended for the beginner, and applied in this section.) |