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ISO 4121

Sensory analysis Guidelines for the use of quantitative response scales

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 November 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 14
ICS Code (Sensory analysis): 67.240
scope:

This International Standard provides guidelines describing quantitative response scales (where the response obtained indicates the intensity of perception) and their use when assessing samples.

It is applicable to all quantitative assessment, whether global or specific and whether objective or hedonic.

It is intentionally limited to the most commonly used measurement scales for sensory assessment.

It is necessary to distinguish between two common uses of the term "scale": response scale (see 3.1), and measurement scale (see 3.5).

NOTE Annex A gives examples of an application.

Document History

ISO 4121
November 15, 2003
Sensory analysis Guidelines for the use of quantitative response scales
This International Standard provides guidelines describing quantitative response scales (where the response obtained indicates the intensity of perception) and their use when assessing samples. It...
December 15, 1987
Sensory Analysis - Methodology - Evaluation of Food Products by Methods Using Scales
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