Pareto Filter

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Pareto filter can be used within Grapheme to filter data from views to extract non-dominated solutions. A solution is said to be non-dominated if it is impossible to make any one individual better off without making at least one individual worse off. The term is named after Vilfredo Pareto (1848–1923), an Italian economist who used the concept in his studies of economic. A detailed description of Pareto efficiency and computation of Pareto frontiers can be found here:

The notion of Pareto efficiency is used both in economics and engineering. Given a set of choices and a way of valuing them, the Pareto frontier or Pareto is the set of choices that a designer can use to make optimal tradeoff studies within the observer set, rather than considering the full range of possibilities.

Within Grapheme

To create a Pareto Filter within Grapheme, click on Manage Views icon in the Table Editor toolbar and Edit the Current View. Add a new Pareto Filter, choose the columns that will be used to evaluate the filter and the Ordering type (Maximize or Minimize), click on OK.

See also

Grapheme: Pareto Filter