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How should you ask a question where the aim is to collate multiple peoples expertise on one subject matter rather than a pure question answer set up. For example:

What ways have people modelled evapotranspiration using satellite data? I have found x,y,z but want to know if there are any additional methodologies.

I know you can use community wiki when answering a question, but not sure what the format should be where one answer will most likely only ever form part of the overall answer.

marked as duplicate by gnat, PolyGeo, Community Feb 15 '18 at 13:18

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    Such questions are usually primarily opinion-based and don't fit with our model. – Sonic the Anonymous Hedgehog Feb 15 '18 at 12:58
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    “How should you ask a question where the aim is to collate multiple peoples expertise on one subject matter rather than a pure question answer set up.” - You don’t ask it. Such a question would be flagged by most experienced StackExchange reviewers – Ramhound Feb 15 '18 at 21:05
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I think that a question such as this sounds like the antithesis of focused Q&A and should be closed as too broad on most Stack Exchange sites.

For focused Q&A there should be a single answer sought with multiple answers offered and voted upon to try and uncover which is the best candidate for that answer.

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