# Difference between revisions of "Epidemics:poland"

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− | Incidence of influenza and influenza-like illness in Poland can be found at [http://www.pzh.gov.pl/oldpage/epimeld/grypa/aindex.htm National Institute of Public Health] pages. In the last week of October 2008, there were 4305 instances of influenza-like cases, which yielded the daily infectivity rate of 1.25 per 100 thousands of individuals. The accessible data archives start in 2000, giving weekly reports on influenza incidence in each voivodeship. | + | <!--Incidence of influenza and influenza-like illness in Poland can be found at [http://www.pzh.gov.pl/oldpage/epimeld/grypa/aindex.htm National Institute of Public Health] pages. In the last week of October 2008, there were 4305 instances of influenza-like cases, which yielded the daily infectivity rate of 1.25 per 100 thousands of individuals. The accessible data archives start in 2000, giving weekly reports on influenza incidence in each voivodeship. |

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+ | The movie of epidemic in Poland for several values of ''f'' and transmission rate <math>\alpha=0.14</math>: | ||

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+ | [http://www.icm.edu.pl/~magd/filmy/epidemic_f0.6.avi '''.avi for ''f'' = 0.6''']<br> | ||

+ | [http://www.icm.edu.pl/~magd/filmy/epidemic_f0.8.avi '''.avi for ''f'' = 0.8''']<br> | ||

+ | [http://www.icm.edu.pl/~magd/filmy/epidemic_f1.0.avi '''.avi for ''f'' = 1.0''']<br> | ||

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+ | The number of infected during each day of epidemic as a function of transmission rate <math>\alpha</math> is presented in Figure A (3-dimensional plots) and as contour plots in Figure B. | ||

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+ | [[Image:infected_3Dplots.png |thumb|left| Figure A]] | ||

+ | [[Image:infected_cplots.png |thumb|left| Figure B]] |

## Latest revision as of 16:10, 25 March 2009

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Virtual Society | Epidemic in Poland |
Guinea pigs epidemic | Multiple strain dynamics | Sequence analysis |

The movie of epidemic in Poland for several values of *f* and transmission rate :

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*f*= 1.0The number of infected during each day of epidemic as a function of transmission rate is presented in Figure A (3-dimensional plots) and as contour plots in Figure B.