This example uses exactly the same incidence results as the previous example, but with the
Authorcolumn (variable) immediately after the Endpoint Group column.
Step 3. Select pooling methods
Once the tree structure is set up in thePooling Window, you are ready to select your pooling
methods. Essentially each pooling method involves a different method of combining input
incidence results to generate new incidence results. Results can be pooled any time a branch
occurs in the tree structure - that is, any time two or more results share common values for their
leftmost variables. BenMAP helps you to identify these spots by inserting a value of None in the
Pooling Methodcolumn at each spot where pooling is possible.
Table 7-1 summarizes the different types of pooling approaches, and Appendix K provides a
detailed discussion of the approaches. Note that some pooling methods are only available in
Latin Hypercube mode. This is because these pooling methods attempt to combine distributions
of results into new distributions, and no distributional information is available in Point Mode. The
Pooling Methodcolumn will thus have different values in its drop down list depending on the
mode used to generate the incidence results being pooled.
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