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{{todo|Pages in this category should have a standardized data table, see example: [[Concentration-response to PM2.5]]. Create such a table to every page. Note, however:
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* One pollutant should have only one page, so combine all PCB pages to one, all methylmercury pages to one etc. Make respective redirects.
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Category:Summary table]]
* If there is a column where all values are identical, that column is not needed. Instead, write a description of that column below the data table (e.g. "Note! ERF parameter is always RR."
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'''Exposure-response functions ([[ERF]]s)''' describe the relationships between exposures (or intakes or doses) and (subclinical or clinical) health responses in humans or animals.
--[[User:Jouni|Jouni]] 22:42, 10 October 2012 (EEST)
 
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{{comment|# |Sure. Where exactly am I supposed to get the data for the tables? And no, I have no idea what the things in the table are so I can't pick them out from the small bit of text there might be on some pages. Also I'm guessing coming up with it in my heas isn't a good idea.|--[[User:Heta|Heta]] 16:59, 11 October 2012 (EEST)}}
 
 
 
{{defend|# |The data comes from the pages. If a page does not contain the data required, a row for that pollutant and disease is created but left empty. There is no need to collect new data for this but to clean and remove pages.
 
*Pollutant: A chemical or another agent that exposes people and causes health impacts.
 
*Disease: Health impact or disease caused by the pollutant.
 
*Response metric: How the health impact is measured. Typically, mortality, incidence, or prevalence.
 
*Exposure route: How people are exposed to the pollutant. Typically, ingestion, inhalation, or dermal
 
*Exposure metric: How exposure is measured. Typically, averaging time, ie. how long the exposure is measured.
 
*Exposure unit: In what units the exposure is measured. Typically, concentration (eg. ug /m3) or dose (eg. mg /kg /d).
 
*Threshold: Highest exposure level that does not cause health impact.
 
*ERF parameter: How the exposure-response is measured. Typically, RR (relative risk), OR (odds ratio), or UR (unit risk).
 
*ERF: result of ERF.
 
*Description: As normally, a description for the row.
 
|--[[User:Jouni|Jouni]] 17:47, 11 October 2012 (EEST)}}<br/>
 
 
 
 
 
[[Category:Step]]
 
[[Category:Summary table]]
 
'''Exposure-response functions''' describe the relationships between exposures (or intakes or doses) and (subclinical or clinical) health responses in humans or animals.
 
  
 
==Question==
 
==Question==
  
Which pages contain answers about exposure-response functions? Express the answer as a [[using summary tables|summary table]].
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Which pages contain answers about exposure-response functions?
 
 
==Answer==
 
 
 
<rcode>
 
library(OpasnetUtils)
 
library(xtable)
 
 
 
summary.bring("Op_en1914")
 
# Ei toimi koodi vielä.
 
 
 
</rcode>
 
 
 
 
 
<t2b index="Page,Index,Observation" locations="Location,Description" unit="-">
 
Op_en3944|Pollutant|Radon|ERF for long-term indoor exposure to radon and lung cancer
 
Op_en3944|Disease|Lung cancer|
 
Op_en2202|Pollutant|PM2.5|Concentration-response to PM2.5
 
</t2b>
 
  
 
==Rationale==
 
==Rationale==
  
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For an example of how exposure-response functions -table should be filled, see [[ERF]].
  
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There has been a plan to express the answer as a [[using summary tables|summary table]]. This would make pollutant-specific tables easier, because obvious redundant columns could be omitted. However, these could also be added in the initiate code, and therefore the summary table idea has not been implemented.
  
 
{{Full chain approach}}
 
{{Full chain approach}}
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==See also==
 
==See also==
  
==Keywords==
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* [[:heande:File:2013 04 03- Exposure-Response Functions DRAFT.xlsx]] ERFs for Urgenche
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
  
 
<references/>
 
<references/>
 
==Related files==
 
 
{{mfiles}}
 

Latest revision as of 06:28, 7 April 2016

Category:Step]] Category:Summary table]] Exposure-response functions (ERFs) describe the relationships between exposures (or intakes or doses) and (subclinical or clinical) health responses in humans or animals.

Question

Which pages contain answers about exposure-response functions?

Rationale

For an example of how exposure-response functions -table should be filled, see ERF.

There has been a plan to express the answer as a summary table. This would make pollutant-specific tables easier, because obvious redundant columns could be omitted. However, these could also be added in the initiate code, and therefore the summary table idea has not been implemented.

See also Intarese :Intarese:Category:To be released|Full chain approach]] proposed to be released into the guidebook contents.

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See also

References