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Provenance: VAST Challenge 2010
Title: MC3 - Tracing the Mutations of a Disease

This case concerns a patient, identified by Interpol as Nicolai Kuryakin, admitted to a hospital in Paris after being removed from a flight to Moscow due to illness. The patient, now deceased, was admitted with an unidentified illness and later developed symptoms consistent with Drafa Fever. An autopsy confirmed the presence of the Drafa virus in the patient’s bloodstream.
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Georges Grinstein, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Catherine Plaisant, HCIL, University of Maryland
Jean Scholtz, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Mark Whiting, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Total uses: 17
Used by:
Cognizant BFS Innovations
Award: Innovative Visualization
Federal University of Para(Brazil)
Georgia Institute of Technology
Award: Excellent Process Explanation
Middlesex University
Noblis Team
Palantir Technologies
Stottler Henke
Team Stuttgart and Tubingen
UNIKN - Drafa Tracing-MC3
Universidad AutoĢnoma de Madrid and University of Maryland
Award: Innovative Tool Adaptation
University of Konstanz
VRVis - ComVis
giCentre - sequenceView
Award: Good overall design and analysis

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