A global geographic database of human dengue virus occurrence was produced to generate a global risk map and associated burden estimates1. Herein we present the database, which comprises occurrence data linked to point or polygon locations, derived from peer-reviewed literature and case reports as well as informal online sources. Entries date from 1960 to 2012. We describe all data collection processes in full, as well as geo-positioning, database management and quality-control procedures. This is the most comprehensive database of confirmed human dengue infection to-date, consisting of 8,309 geo-positioned occurrences in total.
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Messina, Jane P.; Brady, Oliver J; Pigott, David M.; Brownstein, John S.; Hoen, Anne; and Hay, Simon, "A Global Compendium of Human Dengue Virus Occurrence" (2014). Dartmouth Scholarship. 2497.