By Sarah Kemp, Tracey Hollowood, Joanne Hort
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Monadic A single sample is presented for assessment. This technique produces data that are free from sample interaction effects. It can be used to provide diagnostic information, and develop norms and action standards. Sequential monadic The samples are presented individually in a series, one after another, for assessment. This is the most appropriate style for methods such as rating attribute intensity in descriptive analysis or rating acceptability in affective tests, as samples are rated independently and not directly compared to one another during the sensory assessment.
For descriptive analysis. Use sufficient numbers of assessors to meet the statistical power requirements of the sensory test. Do not present samples in the same order to all assessors. Use a randomised or balanced serving order. Check the serving order design to ensure it is well balanced; particularly, check that each sample is seen in combination with every other sample an equal number of times. Do not assume that a random serving order will be well balanced. Check the design. 8 Data analysis Sensory data analysis is carried out using a specialised field of statistics called sensometrics.
Requirements for sensory testing 37 • Ingredients that have laxative effects, such as certain fruits, oils, intense bulk sweeteners, fat replacers, and so on. g. daily shaving, and so on. ) • Sniffing a large number of fragrances in an alcoholic base in one sitting may cause dizziness. 2 Method of assessment Any unusual assessment protocols should be assessed for safety and approved by an ethics committee. Examples include the following: • Any procedure that may cause the assessor discomfort or pain.