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What do you do when there is not a wealth of peer-review data to rely upon to do your analysis at appropriate scale?
- Use best available information (experts, journal articles, disaggregated data, etc.). Document so that it can be refined in the future as new data becomes available.
- Don’t use numbers as the only way to prioritize evidence. Include concepts and future trends.
- Convert what you can to percentages and look at magnitude.
- Be willing to do subjective prioritization using qualitative and single-story data.