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Bayesian Spatiotemporal Modeling in Epidemiology: Hepatitis A Incidence Data in Korea
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Bayesian Spatiotemporal Modeling in Epidemiology: Hepatitis A Incidence Data in Korea
Choi, Jungsoon;
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Bayesian spatiotemporal analysis is of considerable interest to epidemiological applications because health data is collected over space-time with complicated dependency structures. A basic concept in spatiotemporal modeling is introduced in this paper to analyze space-time disease data. The paper reviews a range of Bayesian spatiotemporal models and analyzes Hepatitis A data in Korea.
Spatiotemporal Model;Bayesian inference;Hepatitis A;
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