One of the three sorting options found by selecting Scenario Results in the Tasks Bar, the Detail Results tab opens the Industry Impact Detail screen.
Here you can view Sector by Sector information about the Direct, Indirect, Induced, and Total effects of the Scenario for the parameters of Employment, Labor Income, Value Added, and Output. Like the Top Ten Industries Affected, these views are selected utilizing the View By button. Sector based views can also be sorted in the Industry Impact Detail screen by selecting the Sector, Direct, Indirect, Induced, or Total buttons at the top of the fields. Sectors may be sorted in ascending or descending order. When a Sector has been sorted with one of these buttons, an arrow will appear to the right of the name indicating whether the sort was ascending or descending, as shown using the Direct button in the example above.
- - View the number of jobs created in each Industry by the Scenario. The example below has been sorted with the Indirect button.
- - See how Labor Income is generated for each Industry affected by the Scenario.
- - Value added is broken into 5 specific sub-views. Click on the Value Added title to select. These displays are shown on a by sector breakdown.
- The summed values of the following 4 components.
- The total addition to payrolls as a result of the impact - part of Labor Income values.
- The increase in Proprietor incomes as a result of the impact, also part of Labor Income values.
- Tracks changes to Other Property Type Income factors.
- Shows changes in Taxes on Production and Imports as a result of the Scenario.
- - See Output changes for each Industry affected by the Scenario.
To avoid Aggregation Bias occurring in the analysis runs, you may wish to aggregate result values instead of Aggregating a model. By default results are not aggregated.
- aggregates Sectors into a standard 8 sector aggregation scheme.
To view the IMPLAN Sector to Aggregated Sector breakdown for this default scheme, click here to download the excel spreadsheet.
- allows you to apply the 2 or 3-digit NAICS scheme or a custom created aggregation scheme to the results. Below is a comparison of a disaggregated scheme and a sample custom created aggregation scheme, both applied to the same results.
Custom Aggregated Scheme
To activate , you must have an aggregation scheme selected in the Aggregation Builder. This can be done either by creating a scheme or by importing one from the aggregation library.
Options: Zero Suppress
Zero suppress hides all Sectors where Direct, Indirect, and Induced values are all zero (Total = 0). By default results are not zero suppressed.
- activates zero suppression.
- returns all zero fields.
You can also and detailed results from this screen.