Statistical analysis code for output from a model used to simulate foot-and-mouth disease dynamics in the United Kingdom

Rachel Seibel, Amanda Meadows, Jean Contina, Christopher Mundt & Michael Tildesley
Epidemics can sometimes be managed through reductions of host density, such as social distancing for human diseases, reducing plant density through cultural and genetic means, and host culling for epizootics. These approaches allow for a certain density of hosts to remain within a targeted area. By contrast, total ring depopulation is often used as a management strategy for emerging infectious diseases in livestock. In this study, we explore the trade-offs of a density-based culling strategy...
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