1000minds is used by researchers and students worldwide for an amazing variety of applications.

More than 800 research projects – including peer-reviewed publications, conference papers, PhDs, Masters, student projects – at 200+ universities and other organizations have been completed or are underway.

1000minds is also a great teaching resource for courses incorporating Multi-Criteria Decision-Making and Conjoint Analysis.

Want to use 1000minds?

Academic awards to use 1000minds for free are available for research and study not funded commercially or from grants. See potential research ideas if you’re looking for inspiration.

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 (www.1000minds.com), 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.

Our academic clients include

University of Otago
Centre for Health, Exercise and Sports Medicine
Friedrich Schiller University
Colorado State University - Pueblo
Aalborg University
Australian National University
NZ Institute of Economic Research
American College of Rheumatology
VTT Technical Research Centre
European League Against Rheumatism

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