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A tool for ranking lists by having users compare two entries at a time. It will give each entry a score based on what the user selects and rank the entries from best to worst. It would be great for your next chili cook-off!
We are here to help you create and rank a list of anything from favorite music to judging a chili competition.
What makes us better at it than everyone else, is we don't rely on inconsistent star rating systems, or point systems. We simply the process and force the evaluator to pick their favorite of two options in the list. Based on the comparisons we score each entry in the list which allows us to rank each entry.
We created four stories we wanted to accomplish this weekend and for the most part we finished them.
At the launch screen you will have the option to create a ranking group and you will see a list of trending groups. From there you can create a new list or rank an existing list.
Click on create a new ranking group, fill out the form, and hit save. Your ranking group should show up in the list of trending groups. Note the shortened url for sharing and the scores. The score will change when users rank the group.
Go to the trending group (note the current scores) you want to rank and click the pink Rank It button. You will then be given the group title, and two entries from the group. Click on the preferred option or click on can't decide and another set of comparisons will appear. Once you are tired of comparing, click the I'm all finished ranking. Go back to the group, and note the new ranking order and scores.
Angular 6, Spring boot, angular material, bootstrap grid, Amazon AWS, Cloudinary (for image hosting)
I can imagine using this app when I need to choose among many options.
Cool idea but I wish once you ranked a pair they wouldnt show up again in the list.
This is a very cool idea, and very functional as built. I think the only thing you want to do, for accuracy sake, is ensure that the same object doesn't appear in a comparison sequentially. If see something I like over and over and again I just keep clicking on it without much regard for the other item in the match.
It also could be interesting to do this in just smaller groups with a drag/drop ordering and algorithm to sort it all out.
Very cool app, good work.
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Definitely a good job for a 2-day development! Please vote for my entry too: http://www.angularattack.com/entries/312-prozillaz
I think you guys should have spent a bit more time on design and functionality, it is true that it does exactly as promised, but I don't really see the use case or a differenciator, maybe you should have sketched something more even if not fully implemented. I find the stack you are using quite interesting. Good job!
Got no error, but can see debug message. Nice usefull app!
Wow... I've been contacted for such an idea but I felt comparing 2 items a bit few. Although the simplicity can be the key if you nail it.
Keep working on this, it can be a great app if succeeds - there is interest for services like this!
Nice game but most of them are repetitive.
Nicely done, I just spent half an hour there :)
Great work finishing your entry - I like that you have incorporated user stories! When I was finished rating, I was taken back to the index screen without it being clear what I had done. Otherwise it's really cool, I like the animations.
Really neat idea and nice use of Material Design!
Some areas that could improve:
- I got the same pairing a few times while ranking, it would be nice to avoid duplicates
- The transitions appear to go backwards
- Some of the images exceed their container
I enjoyed this though. It could be very useful for collecting anonymous information from people.