Journal : Food Quality and Preference , vol. 30 , p. 33–46–14 , 2013
Publisher : Elsevier
International Standard Numbers
Printed : 0950-3293
Electronic : 1873-6343
Publication type : Academic article
Issue : 1
If you have questions about the publication, you may contact Nofima’s Chief Librarian.
The statistical methods that are generally used to analyze sensory data are difficult to apply to TDS data. To overcome this difficulty, it has been proposed that ANOVA models could be applied if subjects’ responses were summarized as frequency values in a given number of time periods instead of considering all the acquisition time points. In this study, a methodology for validating and analyzing TDS data transformed into frequency values is tested in a study of the temporal evolution of sensations in coffee with three different sweeteners added. Criteria for selecting the most appropriate time periods in the TDS curve for frequency value computation are discussed. ANOVA models on frequency values are proposed to estimate differences in attribute dominance among products, and to test the effect of collecting intensity ratings, along with TDS evaluations, on the frequency with which attributes were selected as dominant.