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Table 2 Data extraction criteria

From: Exploring the potential for planning support systems to bridge the research-translation gap between public health and urban planning

1 Tool’s name and the city and country in which it was developed and applied
2 Software/hardware characteristics—proprietary/license based or open-source; cost; online/cloud-based and/or offline, desktop, smartphone app, interactive table; others; distributed or face-to-face.
3 Functions and use—communication; spatial data visualisation; pre-built analysis modules; sketch planning and editing of spatial data layers; 3D visualisation; health impact analysis/modelling; individual or group decision making.
4 The user interface/information mediums—maps, graphs, charts, reports
5 The scale of the project/scenario being applied to: precinct/neighbourhood/city/metro/region/country
6 The target application/planning-related task or stage of a project cycle or decision process the PSS intended to support (site and context analysis, concept design, community consultation, design review, design documentation)
7 The intended users—who are the PSS intended for/target audience—planners/policymakers/community/elected members, others
8 The built environment/urban design exposure features have been used—e.g., density, land use mix, street connectivity, public open space, others
9 The health-supportive behaviour or outcomes impacts that have been used/estimated for the health impact scenario mode—e.g., walking, physical activity, mental health
10 The source of health data/evidence used
11 The scale at which the of health outcome data is collected/modelled—individual or geographic unit/s
12 The predictive/statistical modelling technique was used to estimate the health impacts
13 The population demographics the health impact is estimated for—children, young adults, adults, and older adults