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|Reporting guideline provided for?
(i.e. exactly what the authors state in the paper)
|Reporting of epidemic forecasting research.|
|Full bibliographic reference||Pollett S, Johansson MA, Reich NG, Brett-Major D, Del Valle SY, Venkatramanan S, Lowe R, Porco T, Berry IM, Deshpande A, Kraemer MUG, Blazes DL, Pan-Ngum W, Vespigiani A, Mate SE, Silal SP, Kandula S, Sippy R, Quandelacy TM, Morgan JJ, Ball J, Morton LC, Althouse BM, Pavlin J, van Panhuis W, Riley S, Biggerstaff M, Viboud C, Brady O, Rivers C. Recommended reporting items for epidemic forecasting and prediction research: The EPIFORGE 2020 guidelines. PLoS Med. 2021 Oct 19;18(10):e1003793.|
(full-text if available)
|Read the full-text of the EPIFORGE 2020 reporting guideline.|
|Reporting guideline acronym||EPIFORGE 2020|
|Study design||Observational studies|
|Clinical area||Infectious diseases|
|Applies to the whole report or to individual sections of the report?||Whole report|
|Record last updated on||October 25, 2021|
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