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    Title: 運用Facebook公開資料監測類流感疫情
    Other Titles: Detecting influenza epidemics using Facebook public data
    Authors: 柳姚仁;Liu, Yao-Jen
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊管理學系碩士在職專班
    張昭憲;Chang, Jau-Shien
    Keywords: 皮爾森相關係數;相關性分析;流感監測;社群網路分析;Pearson's correlation coefficient;correlation analysis;influenza surveillance;Social Network Analysis
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:58:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 流行性感冒每年都會帶來數十萬人的死亡,造成嚴重的健康威脅。流感可透過接種疫苗降低疫情,若能提早發現流感散播的趨勢,便可降低感染與死亡人數。臺灣目前無較為即時的流感監測系統,疾管署的類流感監測系統根據急診資料統計,會有一週至一個月的延滯時間,對於流感爆發早期預警而言,時效性明顯不足。
    Every year, influenza causes hundreds of thousands deaths, resulting in serious health threat. Flu epidemic can be reduced through vaccination, if early detection of influenza spread trends, infection and deaths can be reduced. Taiwan currently no immediate flu surveillance system to monitor influenza-like illness system according to the emergency department statistics, there will be a week to a month''s delay time, for early warning of a pandemic, the timeliness is clearly insufficient.
    This study try to analyze the message from the social media to develop a set of high instantaneous influenza surveillance methods. Through a specific keyword combinations to analysis the public data related with flu on Facebook , compared CDC''s influenza statistical data through correlation analysis, we establishment an influenza surveillance model that based on social network.
    Experimental results show that this model predicts the weight data of the official statistics have significant correlation, confirming the feasibility of using social network to monitor flu. According to results of this research, the hope we can do for the government to monitor early indicators of flu activity, reduce flu risk.
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