I have been following many of the threads here for the past couple of years about new influenza strains, swine flu recombination, genetic variation, etc. For all this talk of H1N1 recombination since A/California/7/2009 why haven’t the maps at http://flutracker.rhizalabs.com/
been updated with the geographic information on these new strains and variants?
Also, looking at the main map on the main page it says May 31. Which year is that? 2009, 2010, or 2011? The links to the other maps all date to August of 2009. Even the downloadable data at this link has not been updated since April 2010 http://flutracker.rhizalabs.com/flu/dat ... r_data.csv
I would say to Josh that these maps, with the outdated information, are not the best advertising examples for showcasing the real time geospatial software products that Rhiza Labs is trying to market.