Geoinformatics & Geostatistics: An OverviewISSN: 2327-4581

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Geoinformatics System in Public Health in India

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and therefore the accompanying methods and data are adopted increasingly in diverse health-related domains and national settings with the goal of improved response to public health problems. The spatial perspective is often of particular importance because the spatial patterns of distribution of diseases, both infectious and noninfectious, help us understand the dynamics of transmission and spatial determinants of the diseases. the main target of this review is to look at how the uses of geographic methods to deal with public health issues in India have developed over time, to assess the present status of their use, and to guage the trail forward. India bears the world's largest burden of dengue, [1] features a high potential for emerging zoonotic diseases and continues to face significant mortality from pneumonia and diarrheal disease

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