Bayesian Analysis of Geographical Variation in Disease Risk

Bayesian Analysis of Geographical Variation in Disease Risk

C. L. Vidal-Rodeiro (Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health, USA), M. I. Santiago-Perez (Public Health Department of Galicia, Spain), E. Vazquez-Fernandez (Public Health Department of Galicia, Spain), M. E. Lopez-Vizcaino (Galician Statistical Institute, Spain) and X. Hervada-Vidal (Public Health Department of Galicia, Spain)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-553-5.ch042
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Abstract

Disease mapping is a big focus of interest in the area of public health (Bailey, 2001; Moore & Carpenter, 1999), and the geographical distribution of a disease has an important role in understanding its origin, its causes or its evolution.

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