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Influenza Studies: I. On Certain General Statistical Aspects of the 1918 Epidemic in American Cities

Raymond Pearl
Public Health Reports (1896-1970)
Vol. 34, No. 32 (Aug. 8, 1919), pp. 1743-1783
DOI: 10.2307/4575264
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4575264
Page Count: 41
Subjects: Health Policy
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Influenza Studies: I. On Certain General Statistical Aspects of the 1918 Epidemic in American Cities
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    Public Health Reports, vol. 34, No. 11., p. 505, 1919.
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    Hitchcock, J. S. and Carey, B. W., "A Mediarn Espidemic Index. Amer. Jour. Public Health, Vol. IX , pp. 355-357. 1919.
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    Data from "Financial Statistics of Cities Having a Population of over 30,000 in 1917." Bureau of the Census, 1918.
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    Public Health Bulletin No. 91, U. S. Public Health Service, 1918.
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    Pearl, R., aind Thiner, J. It. A Table for Estimating the Probable Significan of Statistical Con- staints. Me. Agr. Expt. Stat. Ann. Rept.1914, pp. 85-88.