The pairwise comparison table

The table shows the results of selected comparisons (see an example in figure 21.18). Since comparisons are often symmetric, the table can show the results of two comparisons at the same time, one in the upper-right and one in the lower-left triangle.

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Figure 21.18: A pairwise comparison table.

Note that you can change the minimum and maximum values of the gradient coloring by sliding the corresponding cursor along the gradient in the right side panel of the comparison table. The values that appears when you slide the cursor reflect the percentage of the range of values in the table, and not absolute values.

The following settings are present in the side panel: