If you are doing conjugate or something with lots of variations, one approach to work this out is to create a spreadsheet with three tabs. One for bench, squat, deadlift.
Then for each row in each sheet you put in:
Cycle Number, Start Max, Variation 1, Variation2, Variation 3, etc, End Max, Change in Max
So, if for your 3rd cycle you did 1" Deficit Deadlift, 2" Block Deadlift, Trap Bar Deadlift and you began with a 240kg deadlift and ended with 245, you’d have:
3, 240, 1" Deficit Deadlift, 2" Block Deadlift, Trapbar Deadlift, 245, 5
You can then sort by the last column and it will show you the variations you did that worked the best. If you see trapbar in a bunch of your cycles at the top then you respond well to trapbar. If it’s sitting towards the bottom then not so great.
Now this isn’t perfect because there are lots of factors - eg. trapbar might work well for you if you for triples but not for singles - so you still need to use common sense.