A method is given for resolving a matrix of preference scores into a well-specified mixture of options. This is done in agreement with several desirable properties, including the continuity of the mixing proportions with respect to the preference scores and a condition of compatibility with the Condorcet-Smith majority principle. These properties are achieved by combining the classical rating method of Zermelo with a projection procedure introduced in previous papers of the same authors.
"Fraction-like ratings from preferential voting." Publ. Mat. 59 (1) 99 - 136, 2015.