Comparison of various statistical methods for detecting disease outbreaks
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- Jonsson, Robert, 2011. "A Cusum Procedure For Detection Of Outbreaks In Poisson Distributed Medical Health Events," Research Reports 2010:4, University of Gothenburg, Statistical Research Unit, School of Business, Economics and Law.
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KeywordsOutbreak; Infectious disease; Sensitivity; Specificity; Positive predictive value; Time lag; Missing rate;
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