Epidemic modeling on a global scale

GLEAMviz supports policy-making and emergency planning by developing epidemic models and scenario analysis able to gauge the actual threat of highly pathogenic diseases.

The GLEAMviz simulator, part of the GLEAM Project, is a scientific application designed for researchers and students in the field of epidemiology, who are interested in performing realistic simulations of the spreading of infectious diseases on a global scale.

The system consists of a server component, whose computational engine uses the Global Epidemic and Mobility (GLEAM) model, and a desktop client software, that can be used to set up simulations with an intuitive visual user interface, and to explore the results by means of various analysis tools.

The GLEAMviz client, freely available, allows users to develop arbitrary disease models, to interact with the server for executing the simulations, and to visualize the output using maps, charts and other powerful widgets.

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