Charlotte D Druschel

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Spatial analyses of disease rates are increasing as the hardware and software used in disease surveillance and cluster investigations become more accessible and easier to use. The results of these analyses should be interpreted with caution since inconsistencies in health outcome reporting and population estimates may lead to erroneous conclusions. In this(More)
Geographic information systems (GIS) have been widely used in mapping health data and analyzing the geographic distribution of disease. Mapping and spatially analyzing data normally begins with geocoding, a process of assigning geographic coordinates to an address so that it can be displayed and analyzed on a map. The objectives of this project were to(More)
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