14 datasets for different diseases beginning in 2001 to the 3rd Quarter of 2004 including their defined outbreaks.

  • m1 'Masern' in the 'Landkreis Nordfriesland' (Germany, Schleswig-Holstein)

  • m2 'Masern' in the 'Stadt- und Landkreis Coburg' (Germany, Bayern)

  • m3 'Masern' in the 'Kreis Leer' (Germany, Niedersachsen)

  • m4 'Masern' in the 'Stadt- und Landkreis Aachen' (Germany, Nordrhein-Westfalen)

  • m5 'Masern' in the 'Stadt Verden' (Germany, Niedersachsen)

  • q1\_nrwh 'Q-Fieber' in the 'Hochsauerlandkreis' (Germany, Westfalen) and in the 'Landkreis Waldeck-Frankenberg' (Germany, Hessen)

  • q2 'Q-Fieber' in 'München' (Germany, Bayern)

  • s1 'Salmonella Oranienburg' in Germany

  • s2 'Salmonella Agona' in 12 'Bundesländern' of Germany

  • s3 'Salmonella Anatum' in Germany

  • k1 'Kryptosporidiose' in Germany, 'Baden-Württemberg'

  • n1 'Norovirus' in 'Stadtkreis Berlin Mitte' (Germany, Berlin)

  • n2 'Norovirus' in 'Torgau-Oschatz' (Germany, Sachsen)

  • h1\_nrwrp 'Hepatitis A' in 'Oberbergischer Kreis, Olpe, Rhein-Sieg-kreis' (Germany, Nordrhein-Westfalen) and 'Siegenwittgenstein Altenkirchen' (Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz)

data(m1)

Format

disProg objects each containing 209 observations (weekly on 52 weeks)

observed

Number of counts in the corresponding week

state

Boolean whether there was an outbreak.

Source

Robert Koch-Institut: SurvStat: https://survstat.rki.de/; m1 and m3 were queried on 10 November 2004. The rest during September 2004.

Examples

data(k1)
survResObj <- algo.rki1(k1, control=list(range=27:192))
plot(survResObj, "RKI 1", "k1", firstweek=27, startyear=2002)