The Deterministic Sensitivity Analysis (DSA) page shows the results of your model when designated input parameters are varied over the range of values specified in the DSA Inputs page. It can be accessed by clicking 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 Results page. The DSA page is divided into five tabs: Outcomes, Costs, NMB, CE, and VBP. The layouts of each of these tabs is as follows.
The Results tabs allow you to navigate between the different types of results shown on this page.
The display modes buttons allow you to toggle between different ways of visualizing the selected data.
The export button allows you to export the currently displayed table or figure.
The display area shows the selected table or chart.
This section allows you to run a DSA by clicking the 'Run DSA' button. A message is displayed in this section if the inputs to your model have changed at all since the last time you ran the DSA.
The VBP configuration section allows you to select which outcomes and costs will be used in the VBP calculation, what strategy will be treated as the intervention, and what maximum value should be considered for the willingness to pay threshold, if you choose to include VBP.
The filter configuration section allows you to determine what data will be displayed in the currently selected table or chart. The exact function of the section depends on the result tab, but generally this involves selecting which strategies or outcomes results will be displayed for.
The display configuration section allows you to control various style properties (font size, color schemes, etc.), which affect how the currently selected table or chart is displayed.
User Override Values
User Overrides section allows you to change the values of inputs to your model. Clicking the ‘Manage Override Values’ button will allow you to select which parameters are shown in this section. Please note that the ‘Manage Override Values’ button may not be visible when opening a shared model, depending on the permissions the owner of a model has granted to you.