|Years of diagnosis | 2012 - 2016||Males||Females|
|Average annual number of new cases||13||11|
|Proportion of all cancers||1.6%||1.4%|
|Average age at diagnosis||71 year||70 year|
|Average annual number of deaths||6||5|
|Prevalence december 31st 2016||74||58|
Copying or saving charts
1. "Cut" the graph out.
There are various tools available that can take snapshots of the screen and/or part of it.
In Windows Vista (most versions), Windows 7 and newer versions from Microsoft you can find a tool called the Snipping tool. To open the program click the "Start" button, type „snipping tool“ in the search field and click the program when the search engine finds it.
To learn how to use Snipping tool you can find detailed instructions or watch a short video on the Microsoft website. In older versions of Windows (XP and older) you can download a program similar to Snipping tool. User guide can be found at the same website.
OS X (Apple)
By pushing Shift-Command-4 you get a tool that lets you cut out parts of the screen image.
2. Make charts out of the data tables on this website
You can copy data from the data tables, paste it into Excel and use it to make your own charts.
3. Search for advice
You can find various methods to solve this task by searching the web. Helpful word to search for are: snipping tool for [insert your operating system: Windows (XP, Vista, 7,...)/OS X/Linux]; screen capture tool; take image of screen.
You can go to the NORDCAN website, make your chart. Those charts can by copied and saved.
5. Ask us for help
If you're having problems with the above you can contact us and we do our best to help.