See coverage about this special issue in the latest Amstat News. Although they mention the Feb 2010 issue. Our paper was chosen to be a featured article, and is therefore freely available for download.
These Matlab modules below contain procedures for plotting control charts of different types, including ones that are based on wavelets. The functions are designed to be independent of specialized Matlab toolboxes. The code is distributed under the GNU General Public License. Note that you can use it (or change it according to the license), but I carry no responsibility to its accuracy and use.
Here are a few snapshots from the software output (click on chart to enlarge)
Early detection of disease outbreaks has been the focus of recent national efforts. I am currently working on exploring and evaluating univariate and multivariate monitoring methods that can be used to track multiple traditional and non-traditional time series for detecting an outbreak.
Prof Shmueli will present two talks as the guest of Statistics Week at ASU, March 20-21. The topics of the talks are:
1. Statistical Challenges in Modern Biosurveillance,
2. Explanatory vs. Predictive Modeling in Scientific Research.