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Volume 19, Number 1—January 2013

Research

Automated Biosurveillance Data from England and Wales, 1991–2011

Doyo G. Enki, Angela Noufaily, Paul H. Garthwaite, Nick J. Andrews, André Charlett, Chris Lane, and C. Paddy FarringtonComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Open University, Milton Keynes, UK (D.G. Enki, A. Noufaily, P.H. Garthwaite, C.P. Farrington); Health Protection Agency, London, UK (N.J. Andrews, A. Charlett, C. Lane)

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A) Distribution of estimated linear trend parameters (units: per week) for data on 2,250 organisms (excluding 4 organisms with extreme slopes), England and Wales, 1991–2011. B) Stacked bar chart of modal seasonal period for 2,254 organisms. The black bar sections represent organisms for which the seasonal effect is statistically significant.

Figure 4. . A) Distribution of estimated linear trend parameters (units: per week) for data on 2,250 organisms (excluding 4 organisms with extreme slopes), England and Wales, 1991–2011. B) Stacked bar chart of modal seasonal period for 2,254 organisms. The black bar sections represent organisms for which the seasonal effect is statistically significant.

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