The monadic research design forms the basis of many of our repeatable methods on Methodify and is a type of survey used when you want to find out how different stimuli compare against each other. In this design, each respondent sees and evaluates only one piece of stimuli making this ideal if you're looking for uninfluenced responses.
This chart shows an example of a monadic design with three concepts.
When viewing the reporting for a project that includes a monadic block on Methodify, you can compare how each stim performed because the results of all of the stim are presented side-by-side on one chart per question with significance testing.
Sequential monadic design is an alternative for testing multiple stim, click here to learn more.