HARP Data File Matrix

This page last reviewed July 29, 2008

HARP Data File Matrix

If you are interested in keeping a record of the project you have created in HARP, you might be interested in the HARP Data File Matrix. The HARP Data File Matrix is a set of three tables that provide information on which files are needed to document a health risk assessment. It also lists which files are used/created by each module in HARP. This is helpful for troubleshooting and recreating someone else's work.

Table 1: Required Files for Health Risk Assessment

Table 1 provides a listing of ALL files needed to document a health risk assessment performed with the HARP software. These files should be provided to a reviewing agency when performing a formal review (under Air Toxics "Hot Spots" Program) or for comprehensive documentation of a health risk assessment. Click here to download.

Table 2: Minimum Files Needed to Run Emissions, Air Dispersion Modeling, and Risk Assessment in HARP

Table 2 provides a list of the minimum files needed to run HARP when troubleshooting individual sections or an entire health risk assessment. This list is not intended to show the minimum files that are needed for formal review (under Air Toxics "Hot Spots" Program) or for comprehensive documentation of a health risk assessment. Click here to download.


Table 3: File Matrix for Various Types of Health Risk Assessments

Table 3 incorporates the information from the first two tables, and provides a matrix of files that are associated with the different type and tier of a health risk assessment. The purpose of the table is three fold. First, it illustrates the similarity of files required when reviewing any type of HRA that is run in HARP. Second, under the column "Complete HRA Review", is a list of (ALL) HARP files needed when performing a formal review (under Hot Spots) or for comprehensive documentation of a health risk assessment. Third, an (X*) identifies the minimum files needed to run HARP when troubleshooting individual sections or an entire health risk assessment. Click here to download.


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