The DSA Inputs page allows you to select those parameters that will be included in deterministic sensitivity analyses, and the range over which they will be varied. To access the DSA Inputs page, click on in the Navigation Sidebar on the left side of your screen. Then click on in the menu that appears to the right of the Navigation Sidebar to continue to the DSA Inputs page. DSA Inputs are defined in tabular format, with each row representing one of the parameters defined on the Parameters Page, and with the following columns.
Column |
Description |
Checkbox |
Select/de-select whether a parameter should be included in the DSA. |
Name |
The name of the parameter (not editable on this page) |
Description |
The description of the parameter (not editable on this page) |
Category |
The category of the parameter (not editable on this page) |
Base |
The formula used to calculate the base case value (not editable on this page) |
Low |
The formula used to calculate the low value to be used in the DSA. Can reference the base case value using the keyword, bc. No other variables may be referenced in this formula. |
High |
The formula used to calculate the high value to be used in the DSA. Can reference the base case value using the keyword, bc. No other variables may be referenced in this formula. |
TIP: Use the filter box to temporarily limit your list to items of interest
Please note: DSA Inputs are not editable in View-Only Mode. You may not include time-dependent variables in DSAs (instead, we recommend that you create a separate input that can be referenced by the time-dependent variable, and that that you include the variable that is not time-dependent in the DSA).