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Volume 28, Number 3—March 2022

Development and Evaluation of Statewide Prospective Spatiotemporal Legionellosis Cluster Surveillance, New Jersey, USA

Jessie A. Gleason1 and Kathleen M. Ross1Comments to Author 
Author affiliation: New Jersey Department of Health, Trenton, New Jersey, USA

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Table 2

Comparison of results based on parameter selection using performance measures for legionellosis clusters prospectively detected with recurrence intervals ≥100 d, New Jersey, USA, 2019*

Performance measure
5-y baseline

2-y baseline
90-d window, parameter 1
30-d window, parameter 2
90-d window, parameter 3
30-d window, parameter 4
Detected earliest ✓†
Longest RI

Detected earliest ✓†
Longest RI

3 Morris Detected earliest
Longest RI

*Check marks (✓) indicate parameter files that satisfied the performance measure; blank cells indicate parameter files that did not satisfy performance measure. RI, recurrence interval. †Smaller cluster of cases was detected 2 weeks before the other scans detected it with a RI of 184 d. RI was ≥100 d in the next weekly scan but was detected in the following weekly scan.

Main Article

1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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