Card Sort cluster analysis tool 1.2 results

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The following cards were used:

Similarity matrix

Each card is compared to each other card. The higher the number, the more similar the cards. The maximum score is 0.

Similarity matrix


The dendrogram shows a hierarchy based on the groupingsmade by the respondents.

SVG format dendrogram. Try hovering your cursor over the green labels.

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JPG format dendrogram


Clusters based on similarity

In the table below the cards are divided into different number of groups based on card similarity.

Clustering the cards based on similarity with each other

List of clusters

Cluster ID = the ID number of the cluster

Contains card IDs = a list of all cards in the cluster. The card ID is the same as the cluster ID (first column).

Score = the average number of pairings between the cards in the group. If three users have participated, and two of the users have grouped two cards together, the score is 2 (out of maximum of 3). The higher the score, the more similar the cards within the cluster. The maximum score is the number of participants (users), 0 in this study. If there is only one card in the cluster, the score can not be calculated as there can be no pairs of single cards.

Match = score / number of participants (0). A percentage indicating how similar the cards within the group are. If all participans have grouped to cards into the same group, match equals 100%.

Member of = the ID of the 'mother' cluster, i.e. the cluster to which this cluster belongs to

Name(s) = the top three best matching user-given name for each cluster

List of clusters
Cluster ID Contains cards Score Match Member of Name(s)