AHP Decision

Developer: True North Software

Current Version: 1.0.4

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 3.7 MB - Download


AHP Decision helps you make structured decisions through the AHP process.

AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) is a multi-criteria, mathematical technique that allows you to analyze complex decisions. The process employs a 1 to 9 weighting scheme with pair-wise comparisons. If you are unfamiliar with the AHP process, there many books and resources on the internet that describe the AHP process.

AHP Decision manages a set hierarchical matrices with automatic computation of all matrix and sub-matrix values whenever any element is changed. Changing cell values is done through contextual menus, so all you have to do click on a cell and choose a new value. Navigation through the matrices hierarchy is simple as point and click. AHP Decision makes managing the AHP process simple.


Release Notes:

- Fixed a refresh problem with the navigation grid not showing the correct locked colors under certain situations.

- Fixed a interactivity problem between showing global priorities and showing the main matrix.

- Updated the about box to behave a little differently.

- Removed the unneeded "Enter Serial Number..." menu item.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.1
Review by djubiq

GREAT App - This app is really excellent for Decision Management. I do think the interface could be considerably more intuative, and even more graphical. Here are some suggestions. 1. Including the linked spreadsheet interface, create a "wizard" form that allows a series of screens to enable a user to populate the initial matrix submatrix, alternatives. 2. Display a graph of some kind that shows some kind of visual representation of the global priorities. Allow user to click on a "piece" of the pie to view/edit the value of the priority 3. Allow the export of a final graphic; pie chart or graph of global priorities amongst alternatives ( for those of us who dont want to export the Matrix into excel and do it there )

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