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Slick is a decision analysis tool that presents the outcomes of potential policy options across various states of nature. The App allows for the simultaneous presentation of various performance metrics and can account for uncertainty in the states of nature. Slick is interactive and allows users to filter results live in order to explore robustness and performance.

While Slick can be applied to any decision analysis context it was specifically designed to investigate the performance of fisheries management procedures tested by management strategy evaluation (MSE). Slick can be use for any MSE process, but the current version includes a Demonstration example, as well as preliminary results from the MSEs for Atlantic bluefin tuna and North Atlantic swordfish.

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