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Fig. 5 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 5

From: Spatio-temporal variation of malaria hotspots in Central Senegal, 2008–2012

Fig. 5

Spatial distribution of the different hotspot types and the associated spatial risk of being hotspot. The black curves are the contours of bivariate smoothed values; the colour bar is the ascending level of risk indicated by the spline smoothing function values (smoothed values) from blue to red; red dots represent the villages that were a hotspot during all 5 LTPs (Hot5LTP), orange dots those that were a hotspot mainly during HTPs (MajoHotHTP), yellow dots those that were a hotspot mainly during LTPs (MajoHotLTP), blue dots those that were a hotspot equally during HTPs and LTPs (EquaHTPLTP), green dots those that were never a hotspot (NeverHot), brown dots those that were a hotspot only during HTPs (OnlyHotHTP), and black dots those that were a hotspot only during LTPs (OnlyHotLTP)

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