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Marginal Cost Cancers Detected

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This tool tracks monitoring and evaluation indicators for input uris. Up to 20 new M and E indicators can be added for each input. Indicator labels are used to identify the same indicator in different calculators (use WBSs for the labels).

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These indicators are used in a marginal cost tutorial.v171a

Version: 0.9.8

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• Step 1. Indicators: Up to 10 indicators can be entered in this step and up to 10 indicators can be included in the next step.
• Step 1. Indicator Name and Description: Name and description for each indicator.
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#### References

• International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Project/programme monitoring and evaluation (MandE) guide. 2011. (www.ifcr.org)
• International Institute for Educational Planning Manual for Monitoring and Evaluating Education Partnerships. UNESCO 2009. (www.iiep.unesco.org)
• US Government Accountability Office Applied Research and Methods. GAO Cost Estimating and Assessment Guide. Best Practices for Developing and Managing Capital Program Costs. March, 2009.
• United Nations Development Programme Handbook on Planning, Monitoring and Evaluating for Development Results. 2009

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Input Group
M and E Marginal Cost Example Group
Input
Marginal Cost Cancers Detected
Indicator Type Target Type Alternative Weight Date Math Type Amount 1 Unit 1 Amount 2 Unit 2
Indicator 1: 1 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 77511.202 total cost
oc actual A 293.839 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 65.947 cancers detected 4.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 2: 2 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 107689.528 total cost
oc actual B 301.474 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.442 cancers detected 5.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 3: 3 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 130198.246 total cost
oc actual C 301.804 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.900 cancers detected 6.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 4: 4 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 148116.934 total cost
oc actual D 294.132 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.939 cancers detected 7.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 5: 5 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 163141.435 total cost
oc actual E 283.460 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.942 cancers detected 8.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 6: 6 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 176330.921 total cost
oc actual A 272.335 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.942 cancers detected 9.000 price per cancer detected
Description : QQ1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Input Series: Marginal Cost Cancers Detected
Indicator Type Target Type Alternative Weight Date Math Type Amount 1 Unit 1 Amount 2 Unit 2
Indicator 1: 1 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 77511.202 total cost
oc actual A 293.839 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 65.947 cancers detected 4.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 2: 2 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 107689.528 total cost
oc actual B 301.474 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.442 cancers detected 5.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 3: 3 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 130198.246 total cost
oc actual C 301.804 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.900 cancers detected 6.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 4: 4 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 148116.934 total cost
oc actual D 294.132 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.939 cancers detected 7.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 5: 5 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 163141.435 total cost
oc actual E 283.460 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.942 cancers detected 8.000 price per cancer detected
Description : Q1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
Indicator 6: 6 Test Marg Cost Cancers Detected I130A
Totals: 176330.921 total cost
oc actual A 272.335 06/23/1975 Q1_multiply_Q2 71.942 cancers detected 9.000 price per cancer detected
Description : QQ1 measures the number of cancers detected, Q2 measures the diagnosis price per cancer detected, Weight is a general multiplier, and Total measures the totals costs per treatment.
This input is used in a DevTreks tutorial on marginal costs.