Unchecking the Grid Outline box, reducing the Decimal Digits from 2 to 0, and using a State

Reference Layer can simplify the map, as follows:

9.2.2 APV Configuration Results

When mapping APV Configuration results, you can generate nine different types of maps: (1)

Incidence, (2) Aggregated Incidence, (3) Pooled Incidence, (4) Valuation, (5) Aggregated

Valuation, (6) Pooled Valuation, and (7) QALY Results, (8) Aggregated QALY Results, and

(9) Pooled QALY Results. All of the options use the information contained in the Aggregation,

Pooling and Valuation Results files (*.apvr), which you can create using the Aggregation,

Pooling, and Valuation button on the main window.

After you have chosen the results you want to map, a window will appear with identifiers for each

of the variables. On the right-hand side is the GIS Field Name. Mapping programs typically

have a default length of 10 characters for variable names, so it is necessary to specify your own

names or to use the default name given in the GIS Field Name column.


n401 - n402 - n403 - n404 - n405 - n406 - n407 - n408 - n409 - n410 - n411 - n412 - n413 - n414 - n415 - n416 - n417 - n418 - n419 - n420 - n421 - n422 - n423 - n424 - n425 - n426 - n427 - n428 - n429 - n430 - n431 - n432 - n433 - n434 - n435 - n436 - n437 - n438 - n439 - n440 - n441 - n442 - n443 - n444 - n445 - n446 - n447 - n448 - n449 - n450

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