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Published on 24.10.13 in Vol 15, No 10 (2013): October

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Works citing "The Complex Relationship of Realspace Events and Messages in Cyberspace: Case Study of Influenza and Pertussis Using Tweets"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2705):

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  1. Zhang AJ, Albrecht L, Scott SD. Using Twitter for Data Collection With Health-Care Consumers. International Journal of Qualitative Methods 2018;17(1):160940691775078
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  5. Nguyen QC, McCullough M, Meng H, Paul D, Li D, Kath S, Loomis G, Nsoesie EO, Wen M, Smith KR, Li F. Geotagged US Tweets as Predictors of County-Level Health Outcomes, 2015–2016. American Journal of Public Health 2017;107(11):1776
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  6. Hartley DM, Giannini CM, Wilson S, Frieder O, Margolis PA, Kotagal UR, White DL, Connelly BL, Wheeler DS, Tadesse DG, Macaluso M, Nishiura H. Coughing, sneezing, and aching online: Twitter and the volume of influenza-like illness in a pediatric hospital. PLOS ONE 2017;12(7):e0182008
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  9. Wang Y, Fu X, Jiang W, Wang T, Tsou M, Ye X. Inferring urban air quality based on social media. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 2017;66:110
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  10. Kim I, Feng C, Wang Y, Spitzberg BH, Tsou M. Exploratory Spatiotemporal Analysis in Risk Communication during the MERS Outbreak in South Korea. The Professional Geographer 2017;69(4):629
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  11. Han SY, Tsou M, Clarke KC. Revisiting the death of geography in the era of Big Data: the friction of distance in cyberspace and real space. International Journal of Digital Earth 2017;:1
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  12. An L, Tsou M, Spitzberg BH, Gupta DK, Gawron JM. Latent trajectory models for space-time analysis: An application in deciphering spatial panel data. Geographical Analysis 2016;48(3):314
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  23. Han SY, Tsou M, Clarke KC, Hernandez Montoya AR. Do Global Cities Enable Global Views? Using Twitter to Quantify the Level of Geographical Awareness of U.S. Cities. PLOS ONE 2015;10(7):e0132464
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According to Crossref, the following books are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2705)

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  1. Nara A, Tsou M, Yang J, Huang C. Human Dynamics Research in Smart and Connected Communities. 2018. Chapter 12:223
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