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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)

Usage

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")