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Voting Theory Example Generator
Author

Dr. Robert D. Poodiack
Organization: Norwich University
Department: Mathematics
Education level

College
Description

This example provides sliders to choose the number of ballot types (from 2 to 7) and the number of candidates (from 2 to 6). Mathematica will randomly generate a preference schedule with your desired number of different ballots and the chosen number of candidates. You can then use the other sliders to change the number of voters who chose each type of ballot (up to 30).
Subjects

*Education > College
*Mathematics
*Mathematics > Probability and Statistics
Keywords

voting theory, random number generator
Downloads

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votingtheory.nbp (63.3 KB) - Mathematica Player Notebook