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 ====Introduction==== ====Introduction====
  
-The context screen lets you select which contaminant(s) is relevant for your study. If your study includes ​exposure through ingestion of food, this is also where you select which types of food you have concentration data forFinally, if you are interested in calculating exposure ​of more than a single individual, you can define which individuals to model here. +The context screen lets you select which [[contaminant|contaminant(s)]] is relevant for your study. If your study includes ​modelling concentration in [[food]] items, or if you just need to enumerate food items that the local population consume, this is where you define themIf you are calculating exposure ​to more than a single individual, you can define which individuals to model here. 
  
-The context screen is located after the [[model screen]], as the model components determine which contaminants are available, or if food is a relevant dependency.+The context screen is located after the [[model screen]], as the model components determine which contaminants are available, or which types of food you can include.
  
 ====Tool bar==== ====Tool bar====
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 ====Contaminants==== ====Contaminants====
  
-The **Available** list shows all the contaminants for which there are (or might be) default parameter values. Select a contaminant in the list to include it in your study. If the contaminant you are studying is not in the list, you can add a new contaminant by clicking the **Add** button. ​+The **Available** list shows all the [[contaminant|contaminants]] for which there are (or might be) default parameter values. Select a contaminant in the list to include it in your study. If the contaminant you are studying is not in the list, you can add a new contaminant by clicking the **Add** button. ​
  
 ====Food==== ====Food====
  
-When you add a human intake model, this tab allows you to specify which food/​ingestibles ​is/are relevant for your study. The list displays a list of ingestibles which can be modelled by the software. If you have included a model for Soil, and want to include the exposure pathway "​ingestion of soil", you must select **Soil** in this list. +When you add a human intake model, this tab allows you to specify which [[food|food items]] ​is/are relevant for your study. The list displays a list of ingestibles which can be modelled by the software. If you have included a model for Soil, and want to include the exposure pathway "​ingestion of soil", you must select **Soil** in this list. 
  
 If you want to include exposure through ingestion of food which is external to the investigated region, click the **Add** button. Select an external ingestion source and click **Remove** to remove it.  If you want to include exposure through ingestion of food which is external to the investigated region, click the **Add** button. Select an external ingestion source and click **Remove** to remove it. 
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 Click **Add** to add a single individual, **Add many...** to generate a list of individuals (useful if your study includes many individuals). The **Remove** button, like expected, removes an individual. Click **Add** to add a single individual, **Add many...** to generate a list of individuals (useful if your study includes many individuals). The **Remove** button, like expected, removes an individual.
  
-====See also====+====Scenario====
  
- * [[Choosing contaminants ​and other dependencies]]+To set up [[scenario|scenarios]],​ click the **Scenario** button on the right hand side of the screen. 
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 +The scenarios panel lists all [[scenario|scenarios]] defined for the [[project]].  
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 +New scenarios can be defined by either clicking the {{New24.png}} **Add** button or by right-clicking the window and selecting **Create** from the menu. You can also select which objects depend on scenario by clicking the **Select** button. 
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 +===Table=== 
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 +Each item (row) in the table details one scenario. The table can be sorted on a specific property by clicking it's column.  
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 +  ​* ​**Enabled** - Allows you to exclude scenarios from the simulation. Simulations will only be run for scenarios which are enabled. 
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 +  * **Name** - The name of the scenario. This name will also be the name displayed in the [[charts screen]] ​and [[tables screen]] after a simulation. 
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 +  * **Description** - The description of the scenario. 
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 +  * **SS** - Simulation settings: click this button to specify simulations settings which are specific to the scenario. For reference see [[simulation screen#​simulation settings]]. 
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 +  * **PS** - Probabilistic settings: click this button to specify probabilistic settings which are specific to the scenario. For reference see [[simulation screen#​probabilistic settings]]. 
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 +  * **SS** - Sensitivity analysis settings. Click this button to specify sensitivity analysis settings which are specific to the scenario. For reference see [[simulation screen#​sensitivity analysis settings]]
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 +===Menu=== 
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 +To display the menu, right click anywhere inside the window.  
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 +| Create | Adds a new scenario. | 
 +| Edit | Opens an edit dialog window for the selected scenario. | 
 +| Find... | Lets you search for text appearing in the table. | 
 +| Enable/​Disable | Toggle enabled for the selected scenarios. | 
 +| Select all | Selects all rows in the table. | 
 +| Copy text | Copy the //text// in the table to the system clipboard. | 
 +| Delete | Deletes all selected scenarios from the system. | 
 +| Select... | Select objects which values should vary depending on scenario.| ​
  
  
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