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ESSENCE DESKTOP EDITION                  Ma. Cecilia A. Montaño
Installing EDE1.       Install EDE installer2.       Install EPI Info installer (if not yet installed)3.       Install JAV...
Starting EDE1.  Open EDE2.  Click the icon – Creates a New    Database3. Create a Name (no space)          24. Specify typ...
Assigning VariablesColumn Types1. Ignore – variables not   needed2. Enum – variables you   want to count, ex. Sex,   outco...
Getting Started1. Click Configured Data   Sources2. Double click on the   database you want to   analyze3. On the Query Ed...
Specify RangeQuery Editor
Note: The Data that appears under the Tabular Details is dependent on theDataSet Manager that appears on the lower left si...
GRAPHS1.   Configuration Tab – for bar and     pie graphs2.   Choose for the number of slices3.   Choose for a variable4. ...
MAP1.   On the Map Tab, you may     create a map from the whole     region up to the barangay level     as long as you hav...
Continuation………..MAP1.    An Epi Map will appear2.    Click the Map Manager – upper      left most icon3.    Click the but...
MAP Labels1. To indicate Map Labels,   Click Map Manager2. Click Properties3. Click the tab for Standard   Labels4. Text f...
To save a MAP1. Click File choose Save as Bitmap file2. Browse for location then save3. You may now include the map on you...
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  1. 1. ESSENCE DESKTOP EDITION Ma. Cecilia A. Montaño
  2. 2. Installing EDE1. Install EDE installer2. Install EPI Info installer (if not yet installed)3. Install JAVA (if you cannot open EDE)4. Copy all MAP files and paste to this location • C:edeworkspaceworkspaceMapFiles5. Convert MAP Files to .MAP • Open Epi Map • Click Map Manager and Add Layer • Browse for the shape file to convert to .MAP • .shp .MAP C:edeworkspaceworkspaceMapFiles • Save as MAP File ex. Negros.MAP6. Very important (do this once you have finished installing EDE) • Open EDE • Click Window then Preferences • Click Mapping then Epi Info Configuration • Browse then look for C:Epi_Info , OK, APPLY, OK
  3. 3. Starting EDE1. Open EDE2. Click the icon – Creates a New Database3. Create a Name (no space) 24. Specify type of file/Database Type5. Browse for location ex. Using PIDSR database C:PIDSRCurrentTyphoid6. Detection Count Style: Row per Count Strategy7. Click next8. Choose for a table ex. Typhoid then click next9. Choose the variables you want to analyze and assign for the Column Type.10. Finish
  4. 4. Assigning VariablesColumn Types1. Ignore – variables not needed2. Enum – variables you want to count, ex. Sex, outcome3. Location – Region, Province, Muncity, Brgy4. Date – Dadmit (important)5. Info – variables you want to be displayed, ex. First Name, Last Name and AgeYears
  5. 5. Getting Started1. Click Configured Data Sources2. Double click on the database you want to analyze3. On the Query Editor choose for the date first – Dadmit and choose for the range, specify start date and end date4. Then run query5. A line graph will appear on the time series tab.
  6. 6. Specify RangeQuery Editor
  7. 7. Note: The Data that appears under the Tabular Details is dependent on theDataSet Manager that appears on the lower left side of the EDE screen. You maychange the date range and click the button Update Detail Range.
  8. 8. GRAPHS1. Configuration Tab – for bar and pie graphs2. Choose for the number of slices3. Choose for a variable4. To choose multiple variables, CTRL click click on the variables5. The graphs are also dependent on the DataSet Manager that appears on the lower left side of the EDE screen (Details Date Range).6. The graph appears on the MultiDataDetails Tab.7. You may indicate a title just right click on the graph and click properties.8. To copy the graph, right click on the graph and save as picture; and paste on your report.
  9. 9. MAP1. On the Map Tab, you may create a map from the whole region up to the barangay level as long as you have the MAP files.2. Ex. Location to group by:MunCity3. Map Type: EpiInfo Mapping4. Browse for EpiInfo Map C:edeworkspaceworkspace MapFilesRegion6. MAP (this is an example)5. Select DBF Column: TOWN6. Click the button – Launch Map7. The MAP are also dependent on the DataSet Manager that appears on the lower left side of the EDE screen (Details Date Range).
  10. 10. Continuation………..MAP1. An Epi Map will appear2. Click the Map Manager – upper left most icon3. Click the button Properties4. You may select between Dot Density and Choropleth.5. Click on the tab Dot Density.6. Numeric Field: EDECOUNT7. Chek Overlay, Apply, OK8. At the lower rightmost portion chek MapTips, choose EDECOUNT9. If you choose for Choropleth, Numeric Field: EDECOUNT10. Number of Classes – Number of range11. Click the button Reset Legend12. Specify Range13. Click Overlay14. OK
  11. 11. MAP Labels1. To indicate Map Labels, Click Map Manager2. Click Properties3. Click the tab for Standard Labels4. Text field: TOWN5. Apply6. Ok7. To indicate the number of cases per municiplaity or barangay choose EDECOUNT on the Textfield.
  12. 12. To save a MAP1. Click File choose Save as Bitmap file2. Browse for location then save3. You may now include the map on your report.

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