Published: May 1992
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The method of quantitative descriptive analysis (QDA) is based on the principle of a panelist's ability to verbalize perceptions of a product in a reliable manner. The method embodies a formal screening and training procedure, development and use of a sensory language, and the scoring of products on repeated trials to obtain a complete, quantitative description.