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A computer program for the temporal study of diseases in animal populations






Revue Scientifique et Technique Office International des Epizooties 19(3): 735-743

A computer program for the temporal study of diseases in animal populations

WinEpi Tasas 2.0 is a new, globally accessible computer program, which has been developed as a research tool for the epidemiological study of the pathological processes which affect animal populations. This new version of the program, based on the experimental version, WinEpi Tasas 1.0, enables users to study the distribution and evolution of diseases in affected populations, over time.


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