Presented at the 2013 Pangborn Symposium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Several African proverbs can be paraphrased as, “It take a village to raise a child.” The same is true of any significant body of scientific research - without the contributions and support of a large group, it is impossible to achieve measurable progress. This talk, which commemorates Dr. John Ennis’ receipt of the 2013 Food Quality and Preference Award for contributions by a Young Researcher, will highlight the many people who have supported and contributed to Dr. Ennis’ research over the past 15 years. Key sensory topics that will be covered include the Tetradtest, Graph Theoretic Analysis and other combinatorial tools, analysis of preference data with a “no preference” option, and supporting quantified sensory claims such as “30% greater” or “2 to 1”.
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