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Re: Decision tree to solve issues

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Pierre Verkest
- 10/12/2021 17:27:03
hum... ok so not sure that's helps that much then even you could reproduce the tree using title as answer node description as question that would probably not suit as usage...

Le ven. 10 déc. 2021 à 17:57, Tom <tom@sunflowerweb.nl> a écrit :
Hi Pierre

Thanks!

What I'm looking for is more something on the lines of:

- There is a decision.tree model eg "How to fix your printer"
- It can have decision.tree.node children such as "Is it turned on?"
- Each question node has a set of conditions as to which next node it jumps to like: condition1,node1,condition2,node2...
- If there are no conditions on a node anymore then this is an end node saying like "Your printer is irrefutably broken. Please send it back."

Kind of like a "Choose your own adventure" book.

-Tom

Dec 10, 2021 17:32:12 Pierre Verkest <pierreverkest84@gmail.com>:

Hi,

At anybox the project management was(/is ?) based on top of such idea where we could import mindmap as project starting point. Module is called anytracker and available on github here: https://github.com/anybox/anytracker.

A project is an anytracker.ticket without parent
A task is an anytracker.ticket without child
A node becomes a node when a child appears !

After a while we add the concept of anytracker.bouquet which is a couple of anytracker.ticket which could be a milestone, a release or whatever that has some sense to group together without changing the ticket tree !

hope that helps



Le ven. 10 déc. 2021 à 15:17, Tom Blauwendraat <tom@sunflowerweb.nl> a écrit :

Hi all,

I think anyone knows about decision trees, if even as jokes:

A customer wants something like this, not the visualisation per-se, but to be able to have users click through it whenever they have an issue.

I can imagine modeling something like this, but doesnt it already exist?

I guess the Odoo "Survey" modules can do part of it, but i don't know if they support structuring the survey as a tree.

Any ideas?

Tom

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