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EpiTools epidemiological calculators

This site has been developed by AusVet Animal Health Services, with funding from the Australian Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre. The site is intended for use by CRC members and other epidemiologists and researchers involved in estimating disease prevalence or demonstrating freedom from disease through structured surveys, or in other epidemiological applications.


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EpiTools User Survey

AusVet is currently in the process of redeveloping EpiTools. Proposed changes include redeveloping the interface to make it more intuitive and user-friendly and adding some additional resources such as background theory, citations, formulae, R source code/functions, case studies and worked examples and spreadsheet examples. We appreciate the support of EpiTools users and are interested to find out a little more about you, how you use EpiTools and what changes you would like to see.

We have developed a short (<5 minutes) survey to allow users to provide feedback and suggestions on how you think we can further improve EpiTools and make it more useful for all our users. Please consider completing the survey to help us make EpiTools even better.

EpiTools survey link

To all our users, thank you for your support and the feedback that you have provided in the past.


Suggested citation: Sergeant, ESG, 2015. Epitools epidemiological calculators. AusVet Animal Health Services and Australian Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre for Emerging Infectious Disease. Available at: http://epitools.ausvet.com.au.

If you cite Epitools in your publications, please email the details or a copy of your paper to Evan Sergeant for inclusion in the reference list.


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This site was created by AusVet Animal Health Services with funding from the Australian Biosecurity Cooperative Research Centre. It provides a range of epidemiological tools for the use of researchers and epidemiologists, particularly in animal health. Please send any comments, questions or suggestions to Evan Sergeant
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