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Prediction was carried out using Bayesian kriging [22] based on the model with the best predictive ability. Model validation was performed on the first two models with the highest probability of having generated the data among those considered. In particular, the models were fitted on a random sample of 85% of the locations and used the remaining locations to compare model-based predictions with observed prevalence by calculating the Mean Absolute Error (MAE). A regular grid of 231,865 pixels at 4 km2 spatial resolution covering the whole country was generated to predict the parasitaemia risk at unsampled locations and produce a high-resolution risk map. Population data on the number of children under five years of age was combined with spatially explicitly predicted parasitaemia risk to estimate the number of infected children. The analysis was carried out in WinBUG1.4 (Imperial College and Medical Research Council London, United Kingdom). Bayesian kriging was implemented in FORTRAN 95 (Compaq Visual FORTRAN Professional 6.6.0) using standard numerical libraries (NAG, The Numerical Algorithm Group Ltd). Details on Bayesian model selection, model fit and validation are provided in Additional file 1.




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More details are available in the announcement. 1997-06-06 Charlie Zender announced the release of version 1.0 of NCO (netCDF operators). NCO consists of nine command line operators that work on generic netCDF files and perform tasks like renaming, concatentation, hyperslabbing, averaging, interpolation, and differencing. The source code is freely available, and the documentation is available on-line. In other news, text-only versions of the NetCDF User's Guides for C and Fortran are now available. These can be handy for searching. See the NetCDF Documentation page for access. 1997-06-03 New versions of the NetCDF User's Guides for C and Fortran are now available. The index in the updated versions includes a large number of function names inadvertantly left out of the original version. There is now a table of contents as well. The updated User's Guides are available as compressed PostScript from the NetCDF Documentation page. 1997-05-28 Konrad Hinsen (hinsen@starship.skyport.net) has contributed a new netCDF interface for Python that uses the new multi-dimensional array objects in the Numeric Extensions to Python. More information and download instructions are available from In other news, David N. Bresch and Mark A. Liniger at the Institute for Atmospheric Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH, Z\FCrich, have developed ARGOS (interActive thRee-dimensional Graphics ObServatory), a new IDL-based interactive 3D visualization tool that prefers netCDF data. More information on ARGOS is available on the "Software for Manipulating or Displaying NetCDF Data" Web page. 1997-05-20 Steve Simpson (ssimpson@ziplink.net) contributed a build of netcdf-3.3 for 32 bit Windows. Here is what he had to say:


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