I wonder if we could implement "None" option in some MaxDiff exercises the same way we use (and later interpret) "None" in CBC. Specifically, such "None" could be useful for Express MaxDiffs, with high (40+) number of alternatives, where often we ask only about best choice anyway and for which an implementation of Anchored MaxDIff would render the module way too lenghty for a consumer to answer with full focus.
I have an idea how to manually implement it, but before diving into tests I wanted to check if anyone tried running MaxDiff on Best-only with None? If yes, then what was the approach assumed? If no then what kind of technical issues could that imply for Sawooth Software?
Thank you very much in advance