Cluster 3.1

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DEVELOPED 1993
AUTHOR Richard Wendt
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
Atlanta
USA

rdw2@cdc.gov
PLATFORM WINDOWS
PURPOSE The software includes 12 statistical methods that analyze the significance of a cluster using techniques that evaluate, time, space, and both time and space clustering
FUNCTIONS The software includes 12 statistical methods that analyze the significance of a cluster using techniques that evaluate, time, space, and both time and space clustering. Categories and methods of analysis are:

1. CASE DATA
  • Case pairs (KNOX, BARTON)
  • Moving Window (SCAN, CHEN)
2. CELL DATA
  • Probability Cell (PEARSON, REMSA)
  • Geographic Cell (OHNO, GRIMSON)
3. SURVEILLANCE
  • Time Series (TEXAS, POISSON)
  • Birth Defects (SETS, CUSUM)
CODES Not Available
HOMEPAGE Home: www.atsdr.cdc.gov/HS/cluster.html

Reference:
ATSDR. CLUSTER 3.1 Software system for epidemiologic analysis: instruction manual. Atlanta: Public Health Service, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, February 1993.

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