The first thing one is interested in is to have a look at the panel performance: is the panel good at discriminating products ?
To do so, SensoMineR provides the panelperf function.
Then panel performance can be studied at the panelist level: is one particular panelist good at discriminating products ? Does one panelist agree with the whole panel ?
SensoMineR provides the paneliperf function to answer these questions.
In the case where several panels have been used, other questions arise: are the panels alike ? Do they discriminate products the same way ? Is one panel better than the others ?
panelmatch function gives the answers.
- panelperf function
- Animated tutorial for the use of panelperf on R
- An Excel macro and the associated animated tutorial
- paneliperf function
- An Excel macro and the animated tutorials for discrimination power and agreement with the panel