Genetic sequences: tracing the mutations of a disease.

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Mitchell, I., Passmore, P. and Xu, K. 2010. Genetic sequences: tracing the mutations of a disease. IEEE VAST Symposium 2010 Challenge. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA 24 - 29 Oct 2010
TypeConference poster
TitleGenetic sequences: tracing the mutations of a disease.
AuthorsMitchell, I., Passmore, P. and Xu, K.
Abstract

The entry is to address the mini challenge 3 in the IEEE VAST Challenge 2010. A patient, identified by Interpol as Nicolai Kuryakin, is admitted to a hospital in Paris after being removed from a flight to Moscow due to illness. The patient, now deceased, was admitted with an unidentified illness and later developed symptoms consistent with Drafa Fever. An autopsy confirmed the presence of the Drafa virus in the patient’s bloodstream. Visual analytics methods are applied to help to understand the evolution of the current Drafa virus outbreak, as it may shed some light on Nicolai’s contacts.

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