This section contains a step-by-step by example tutorial of how to use Scikit-Criteria


Extra tutorials

This section is a collection of articles, blog-posts and other curated materials, written outside of core developers.

Scientific articles

Scientific articles or paper is an academic work that is usually published in an academic journal. It contains original research results or reviews existing results. Such a paper, also called an article, will only be considered valid if it undergoes a process of peer review by one or more referees who check that the content of the paper is suitable for publication in the journal [Wikipedia contributors, 2023].

Several bibliographic databases organize digital collections of references to published literature, including journal and newspaper articles and conference proceedings. The following links contain publications that cite the Scikit-Criteria paper [Cabral et al., 2016], and present novel applications of multi-criteria models to different scientific areas.

See also

If you’re new to Python, you might want to start by getting an idea of what the language is like. Scikit-criteria is 100% Python, so if you’ve got minimal comfort with Python you’ll probably get a lot more out of our project.

If you’re new to programming entirely, you might want to start with this list of Python resources for non-programmers

If you already know a few other languages and want to get up to speed with Python quickly, we recommend Dive Into Python. If that’s not quite your style, there are many other books about Python.

At last, if you’re already familiar with Python and eager to explore the scientific stack further, be sure to check out the Scipy Lecture Notes