Explain Geographical information system (gis), Advanced Statistics

Geographical information system (gis): The software and hardware configurations through which the digital georeferences are processed and displayed. Used to recognize the geographic or spatial location of any known disease outbreak and, the over time, follow its movements as well as changes in incidence and the prevalence.

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