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    Anon

    2015

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    Basic reproduction number

    2015

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    Ebola data and statistics

    2015

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    Fighting epidemics with maths | plus.maths.org

    2015

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    How contagious is Ebola?

    2014

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    Mylne, A., Brady, O. J., Huang, Z., Pigott, D. M., Golding, N., Kraemer, M. U. and Hay, S. I.

    A comprehensive database of the geographic spread of past human Ebola outbreaks

    2014 - Scientific Data

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    SIR Model

    2015

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    The mathematics of diseases | plus.maths.org

    2015

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    Using Calculus to Model Epidemics

    2015

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    WHO | Ebola virus disease

    2015

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