Inference for Nonlinear Epidemiological Models Using Genealogies and Time Series

@inproceedings{Rasmussen2011InferenceFN,
  title={Inference for Nonlinear Epidemiological Models Using Genealogies and Time Series},
  author={David A. Rasmussen and Oliver Ratmann and Katia Koelle},
  booktitle={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2011}
}
Phylodynamics - the field aiming to quantitatively integrate the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of rapidly evolving populations like those of RNA viruses - increasingly relies upon coalescent approaches to infer past population dynamics from reconstructed genealogies. As sequence data have become more abundant, these approaches are beginning to be used on populations undergoing rapid and rather complex dynamics. In such cases, the simple demographic models that current phylodynamic… CONTINUE READING
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