SEIR-Campus: Modeling Infectious Diseases on University Campuses

11/11/2020
by   Matthew Zalesak, et al.
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We introduce a Python package for modeling and studying the spread of infectious diseases using an agent-based SEIR style epidemiological model with a focus on university campuses. This document explains the epidemiological model used in the package and gives examples highlighting the ways that the package can be used.

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