Thanks for all the previous help.
I have one more question regarding the human health effects results. I’m trying to understand and interpret the health impacts result. I would like to make sure with the expert of Benmap that my understanding is correct. Please correct if I am wrong.
The air quality change is the pollutants concentration of baseline minus the one of control (baseline-control). So the health impacts result (say all-cause mortality) is also the impacts due to the differences in air pollution between baseline and control (baseline - control). So, if the air quality got improved in control, as a consequence the all-cause mortality decreased in control. The result of health impacts (incidence of all-cause mortality) will be positive values. Am I correct?
Take my data as an example, air quality got better (lower concentration of PM2.5) in control year and the work-lose days incidence increased (as pictures shown below). So I’m very confused how to interpret the result. Can I say work lose days decrease due to a improved air quality?
Let me know if there anything unclear.
Thanks a lot.