Published: Jan 1976
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Several methods of sensory evaluation have been developed, and each has its advantages and disadvantages. The experimenter must be aware of these and select the most practical and efficient method in each situation. The form of the results obtained depends on the method used and determines what further treatment can be applied to the data.
sensory mechanisms, scale (ratio), tests
Sensory evaluation scientist, Food Research InstituteAgriculture Canada, Ottawa, Ontario