As the growing worldwide population becomes more mobile and urbanized, the risks that infectious diseases epidemic and their associated threats may reach global proportions are constantly increasing.
To effectively limit the social and economic damage caused by infectious diseases, the public health communities need to be in the position to anticipate the spatial and temporal evolution of epidemics and evaluate the potential impact of available containment and prevention strategies.
The global epidemic and mobility model, GLEAM, combines real-world data on populations and human mobility with elaborate stochastic models of disease transmission to deliver analytic and forecasting power to address the challenges faced in developing intervention strategies that minimize the impact of potentially devastating epidemics.
Dear users, we are glad to announce a new release of our simulator client: version 6.8 includes some important refactoring of the visualization components and bug-fixes, together with a few new powerful features for analyzing the simulations’ output results.
The updated map widget allows to select an arbitrary region by pressing the Ctrl/Command key and while holding it down clicking and dragging with the mouse. This results in opening an Analyzer widget showing the epidemic curves for the selected area. Another very useful feature is the possibility to click on a data series within an Analyzer and drag it to another Analyzer widget, dropping it there making easy to perform an immediate comparison with other ones.
The new version features an enhanced interaction between Map and Analyzer widgets.
Other minor improvements have been introduced in terms of usability, and in handling the remote simulations.
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