Weight a rating system to favor items rated highly by more people over items rated highly by fewer people?
Thanks in advance for bearing with me, I am not a statistician of any kind and don't know how to describe what I'm imagining, so Google isn't helping me here... I'm including a rating system in a web ...
I'm interesting in learning about how to rate and rank individuals in a group who only interact/compete in a pairwise fashion (i.e., systems like the ELO rating system for chess). Are there are any ...
I'm doing this only for learning purposes. I've no intentions of reversing the methods of IMDB. I asked myself I owned IMDB or similar website. How would I compute the movie rating? All I can think ...
I need an idea for a new rating system.. the problem in the ordinary one (just average votes) is that it does not count how many votes... For example consider these 2 cases: 3 people voted 5/5 500 ...
I have a data set of J raters who each give ratings to I objects (on say a scale of 1 to 5). My goal would be to construct some kind of overall rating for each i based on all of the raters' scores. ...
The Ubuntu Software Center uses a 1 to 5 star rating system for its App Reviews. However, it's current ratings sorting algorithm looks very fishy. I believe this is a different question from this ...
I'm a new guy here. Hopefully, I'm asking this question to right forum. Problem: We have data of a group of people (P1, P2, P3). They rank their expertise (1-10, where higher number is better) in a ...
I have a following situation in which 6 experts are asked to give opinion about a bottle of wine by rating it from 1 - 5 stars. In addition, somehow we have a measure of the informativeness of each ...
I am experimenting with a scheme for aggregating $N$ scored ratings. The gathered ratings themselves are integers, e.g. a chosen value between $1$ to $5$, and each rating $r_i$ is assigned with a ...
Scenario: Consider a statement, e.g. "This movie is an action" Then let people vote on that. 1-5 where 1 is "Not action", 3 is "Some action" and 5 is "Pure action". Question How does one determine ...