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mee312021-sup-0001-DataS1-TableS1.docxWord document30KData S1. All the R scripts and data files necessary to reproduce both the simulation and Etosha data analyses have been enclosed as Supplementary Data S1. The authors have also made all the code accessible on a public Amazon Machine Image (AMI) with the ID: ami-d82187b1. Interested users are encouraged to run their analysis directly through this image via Amazon EC2 Cloud Computing. A more thorough description of the scripts and data sets are provided in the Online Supporting Information.
mee312021-sup-0002-MovieS1.movvideo/mov11522KMovie S1. The top panel shows daily surveillance effort by showing the roads driven each day as purple lines, where line thickness scales with the square root of the number of trips driven on that road. Squares represent zebra (Equus quagga) carcasses with red, blue and black representing confirmed positive, negative and unknown for Bacillus anthracis (the cafcusal bacterial agent of anthrax). Dots display the GPS movement fixes (at 20 min intervals) of GPS-collared live zebra. Each colour represents a different animal. The bottom panel shows the cumulative driving effort and carcasses.

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