We encounter a new type of multiresponse situation in this chapter. People are asked to rank several choices, and the ranks they assign represent the multiple responses. The problem is to test whether there is a clear preference ordering. If the number of choices is large, the corresponding contingency table will have millions of cells. A direct analysis of such a large contingency table is impossible, but the method of analysis discussed in this chapter makes the table unnecessary.
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