Predicting E. coli concentrations using limited qPCR deployments at Chicago
This repository is part of the working draft for an upcoming paper tentatively titled Predicting E. coli concentrations using limited qPCR deployments at Chicago. It is an academic paper describing the methods and results of the City of Chicago Clear Water project.
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