A local space–time kriging approach applied to a national outpatient malaria data set

@inproceedings{Gething2007ALS,
  title={A local space–time kriging approach applied to a national outpatient malaria data set},
  author={Peter W. Gething and Peter M. Atkinson and A. M. Noor and P. W. Gikandi and Simon I. Hay and Mark S. Nixon},
  booktitle={Computers & Geosciences},
  year={2007}
}
Increases in the availability of reliable health data are widely recognised as essential for efforts to strengthen health-care systems in resource-poor settings worldwide. Effective health-system planning requires comprehensive and up-to-date information on a range of health metrics and this requirement is generally addressed by a Health Management Information System (HMIS) that coordinates the routine collection of data at individual health facilities and their compilation into national… CONTINUE READING
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