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This project contains the code associated to the research paper by Cecilia et al. "It’s risky to wander in September: modelling the epidemic potential of Rift Valley fever in a Sahelian setting"
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To download the project (you must have git installed):
git clone

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Exemple for rvf-r0-senegal :

cd /path/to/your/local/repository/rvf-r0-senegal
git remote rm origin && git remote add origin https//

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Substitute developername with the proper value.

Exemple for rvf-r0-senegal :

cd /path/to/your/local/repository/rvf-r0-senegal
git remote rm origin && git remote add origin git+ssh://
# Il sera probablement nécessaire de faire un pull avant tout commit :
git pull origin <branch>

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Tags: vector-borne disease, risk map, basic reproduction number, Rift Valley fever, Rift Valley fever virus, epidemic potential, mathematical modelling, epidemiological modelling, epidemiology, Modelisation, modelisation epidemiologique, modelling, R

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