Additional file 2 of Seasonality and heterogeneity of malaria transmission determine success of interventions in high-endemic settings: a modeling study
journal contributionposted on 22.08.2018 by Prashanth Selvaraj, Edward Wenger, Jaline Gerardin
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Figure S1: Measured and inferred EIRs used for calibration in Rafin Marke and Sugungum. Figure S2: Comparison of reference data and calibrated simulation for Dielmo, Ndiop, Namawala, Dapelogo, and Laye study sites. Figure S3: Comparison of reference data and calibrated simulation for Garki study sites not shown in main text. Figure S4: Comparison of reference data and calibrated simulation for relationship between gametocyte density and infectiousness to mosquitoes as measured in two Burkina Faso study sites. Figure S5: Optimal timing of IRS campaigns with IRS at 80% coverage. Figure S6: Cases averted and number of treatments given under various conditions of MTAT and SMC timing at 50 and 80% campaign coverage. Figure S7: New infections per person per month in a population where 50% of individuals experience dry-season biting and 50% do not. (PDF 1503 kb)