At least 168 articles and abstracts about 1000minds applications in a wide variety of areas have been published since 2006.

Please send us your details if your publication isn’t listed here. Your work might inspire others – and mentioning it here makes us very proud!

Accounting and finance

Charitable giving

Clinical guidelines

Corporate strategic management

Decision-making methods and software

Disaster recovery

Disease classification and diagnosis

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Disease R&D prioritization


Energy use


Health preferences research

  • R Norman, B Craig, P Hansen et al (2018), “Issues in the design of discrete choice experiments”, The Patient, forthcoming

Health technology prioritization

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Information and Communications Technology (ICT)

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  • S Aggarwal & H Van Oostendorp (2011), “An attempt to automate the process of source evaluation”, ACEEE International Journal on Communication 2, 18-20
  • S Aggarwal & H Van Oostendorp (2011), “An attempt to automate the process of source evaluation”, International Conference on Advances in Computer Engineering, Trivandrum, 2011, ACE Proceedings 2011, 49-51
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Marketing research

Monetary policy research

Organizational creativity

Patient prioritization

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Plant and animal breeding

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Retirement income policy

Robotics design

Sustainable building and engineering



Urban planning

Waste Management

Want to use 1000minds?

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Please contact us if you’d like to use 1000minds for teaching – and we can easily send you a dedicated URL for your students to quickly enrol for their own user accounts so they can use 1000minds (e.g. class project).

Research citation

To mention 1000minds in your research, we recommend something like:

“1000minds software (, implementing the PAPRIKA method (Hansen & Ombler 2008)”

The above reference for the article underpinning the PAPRIKA method is:

P Hansen & F Ombler (2008), “A new method for scoring multi-attribute value models using pairwise rankings of alternatives”, Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis 15, 87-107.