I would like to use either with based on for three options.

The existing methods are based on either one type, fixed type, or a small set of different types of dependency relationships.

Is this correct?


The answer is at MacMillan Dictionary. Your sentence seems to be correct.

From the dictionary:

either...or (...or)

You must answer either yes or no.

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