Correlations Between the Incidence of National Notifiable Infectious Diseases and Public Open Data, Including Meteorological Factors and Medical Facility Resources

@inproceedings{Jang2015CorrelationsBT,
  title={Correlations Between the Incidence of National Notifiable Infectious Diseases and Public Open Data, Including Meteorological Factors and Medical Facility Resources},
  author={Jin-Hwa Jang and Ji-Hae Lee and Mi-Kyung Je and Myeong-Ji Cho and Young Mee Bae and Hyeon S. Son and Insung Ahn},
  booktitle={Journal of preventive medicine and public health = Yebang Uihakhoe chi},
  year={2015}
}
OBJECTIVES This study was performed to investigate the relationship between the incidence of national notifiable infectious diseases (NNIDs) and meteorological factors, air pollution levels, and hospital resources in Korea. METHODS We collected and stored 660,000 pieces of publicly available data associated with infectious diseases from public data portals and the Diseases Web Statistics System of Korea. We analyzed correlations between the monthly incidence of these diseases and monthly… CONTINUE READING
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