Big Data Opportunities for Global Infectious Disease Surveillance
Hay, Simon I.
George, Dylan B.
Moyes, Catherine L.
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CitationHay, Simon I., Dylan B. George, Catherine L. Moyes, and John S. Brownstein. 2013. Big data opportunities for global infectious disease surveillance. PLoS Medicine 10(4): e1001413.
AbstractSimon Hay and colleagues discuss the potential and challenges of producing continually updated infectious disease risk maps using diverse and large volume data sources such as social media.
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