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A surveillance system to detect West Nile virus (WNV) was established in Cuba in 2002. WNV infection was confirmed by serologic assays in 4 asymptomatic horses and 3 humans with encephalitis in 2003 and 2004. These results are the first reported evidence of WNV activity in Cuba.
The large dimensionality of real data sets usually hampers the interpretability of the results of their analysis. In a previous study, some stream data that are part of the knowledge base of an environmental decision support system were explored through clustering and visualization. The interpretability of these clustering results would be improved by the… (More)
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