Spatial statistical methods for estimating regions ...



Section title Spatial statistical methods for estimating regions with increased risk of BVDV infection in Denmark
Section author(s) A. K. Ersboll, N. Toft, B. K. Ersboll, H. Houe, L. Alban, Henrik E. Stryhn, A. M. Kjeldsen
Book title GISVET'04
Book editor(s) P. A. Durr, S. W. Martin
Start page 52
End page 55
Date 2004
Abstract Cattle herds (N=26,639) were classified as having persistently infected (PI) animals (PI-herds) or not (non-PI-herds) with 4,519 PI-herds (17.0%). Regional differences in occurrence of BVDV infections were identified. The K-function indicated clustering at 250 m and 1 km. The semivariogram indicated little spatial correlation (within 3.5 km) in relation to other sources of non-spatial variation. The SMR and mean posterior RR identified municipalities with increased risk of PI-herds associated with regions with larger herds and high herd densities..

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