In multiple criteria decision making, qualitative aggregation functions are defined as the generalization of Sugeno integrals when the scale is a totally ordered finite set. This talk focuses on particular qualitative integrals: Gödel integrals. These integrals are obtained by changing, in the expression of Sugeno integral, the Kleene-Dienes implication or conjunction by Gödel implication or conjunction respectively. The first part of this presentation is devoted to the construction of Gödel integrals and some of their properties. In the second part, we will present how to elicit Gödel integral to represent a data set and how we can extract elimination rules or selection rules from the involved fuzzy measures.