If you are using Scikit-Criteria version <= 0.2.11 check the documentation here: https://scikit-criteria.readthedocs.io/en/0.2/

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Scikit-Criteria is a collection of Multiple-criteria decision analysis (MCDA) methods integrated into scientific python stack. Is Open source and commercially usable.

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Scikit-Criteria is under The 3-Clause BSD License

This license allows unlimited redistribution for any purpose as long as its copyright notices and the license’s disclaimers of warranty are maintained.


If you are using Scikit-Criteria in your research, please cite:

If you use scikit-criteria in a scientific publication, we would appreciate citations to the following paper:

Cabral, Juan B., Nadia Ayelen Luczywo, and José Luis Zanazzi 2016 Scikit-Criteria: Colección de Métodos de Análisis Multi-Criterio Integrado Al Stack Científico de Python. In XLV Jornadas Argentinas de Informática E Investigación Operativa (45JAIIO)-XIV Simposio Argentino de Investigación Operativa (SIO) (Buenos Aires, 2016) Pp. 59-66. http://45jaiio.sadio.org.ar/sites/default/files/Sio-23.pdf.

Bibtex entry:

         Juan B Cabral and Nadia Ayelen Luczywo and Jos\'{e} Luis Zanazzi},
         Scikit-Criteria: Colecci\'{o}n de m\'{e}todos de an\'{a}lisis
         multi-criterio integrado al stack cient\'{i}fico de {P}ython},
     booktitle = {
         XLV Jornadas Argentinas de Inform{\'a}tica
         e Investigaci{\'o}n Operativa (45JAIIO)-
         XIV Simposio Argentino de Investigaci\'{o}n Operativa (SIO)
         (Buenos Aires, 2016)},
     pages = {59--66},

Full Publication: http://sedici.unlp.edu.ar/handle/10915/58577



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