Step 2. Sort results

Depending on how your incidence results were pooled, the columns in the valuation pooling

windows can be resorted in the same way as the incidence pooling window columns. This

resorting will have the same sort of impact on the tree structure of valuation results that it had on

the tree structure of incidence results. (See Step 2 in the section on Pooling Incidence Results.)

Step 3. Select pooling methods

The same pooling methods are available for valuation results which were available for incidence

results. (See Step 2 in the section on Pooling Incidence Results.) You should note that when

more than one valuation method is selected for a particular pooled incidence result, it is possible

to pool the generated valuation results.

Step 4. Select Variable DataSet

In order to proceed to the next step, you must select a Variable DataSet from the drop-down

menu. The files in the Variable DataSet can include a variety of data, such as income and

poverty data that might be used in health or valuation functions. For the default EPA health and

valuation functions, you just need to select the EPA Standard Variables.

If you have developed your own setup, then you need to make sure that you also load a

Variable DataSet. This is necessary even if you do not need the extra variables that can

included in this dataset.


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