Click on the Load APVR button, and browse for the APVR file that you want to load. Make

sure that the file you load has the results needed for the reports that you will be generating. If

you find that the tables, box plot, or bar charts look incomplete, misformatted, or otherwise odd,

check that the CFG and APV files are reasonably similar to the default files that come with

BenMAP. To the extent that there are divergences, then it is likely that these pre-defined reports

(which depend on the output looking a certain way) will not look right.

8.2 Incidence, Valuation, & QALY - from APVR file

Using the results in the Aggregation, Pooling, and Valuation Results file (“.apvr” extension), you

can create nine types of reports: raw incidence, aggregated incidence, pooled incidence, valuation

(of the pooled incidence), aggregated valuation, and pooled valuation. After you click on the

Create Reports button, you need to specify the APV Configuration Results File that you

want to use.



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