Once you have created a configuration results file with incidence results based on your two air
quality grids (using theCreate and Run Configuration button), you can use the Aggregation,
Pooling, and Valuationbutton to combine the incidence results and place an economic value
on the combined results. You have two options.
Create a New Configuration for Aggregation, Pooling, and Valuation.You can create a
new type of configuration, termed an Aggregation, Pooling, and Valuation (APV) Configuration.
This allows you to specify whether to aggregate incidence results at the county, state or national
level, or whether to leave them at the grid cell level. In addition, you can specify how you might
want to combine or “pool” the incidence results, using a variety of pooling options. Given the
aggregated and pooled incidence results, you then can specify how you might want to value them
– typically there are multiple valuations. These valuation results can then be further aggregated,
and these aggregated valuation results can be pooled. Having made all of your selections, you
may save this APV Configuration file (“.apv”) for future use, and then proceed to calculating the
results, which are stored in an APV Results file (“.apvr).
Open Existing Configuration for Aggregation, Pooling, and Valuation.You can load an
existing APV Configuration file, edit the configuration, save it with the same or a different name,
and then proceed to calculating the results.
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