Information for "Cardinal voting systems"

Jump to navigation Jump to search

Basic information

Display titleCardinal voting systems
Default sort keyCardinal voting systems
Page length (in bytes)20,535
Page ID77
Page content languageen - English
Page content modelwikitext
Indexing by robotsAllowed
Number of redirects to this page11
Counted as a content pageYes
Number of subpages of this page0 (0 redirects; 0 non-redirects)

Page protection

EditAllow all users (infinite)
MoveAllow all users (infinite)
DeleteAllow all users (infinite)
View the protection log for this page.

Edit history

Page creatorimported>Homunq
Date of page creation16:39, 18 June 2013
Latest editorRobLa (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit10:37, 16 May 2021
Total number of edits57
Total number of distinct authors8
Recent number of edits (within past 180 days)2
Recent number of distinct authors2

Page properties

Transcluded templates (6)

Templates used on this page:

SEO properties

Description

Content

Article description: (description)
This attribute controls the content of the description and og:description elements.
Cardinal voting methods, aka evaluative, rated, graded, or range methods, are one of the major classes of voting. They are ones in which the voter can evaluate each candidate independently on the same scale to cast a Cardinal ballot. Unlike some ranked systems, a voter can give two candidates the same rating or not use some ratings at all if they desire, and skipped ratings can affect the result.
Information from Extension:WikiSEO