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Rochester Epidemiology Project Data Exploration Portal

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Screenshot shows a sample of a “Prevalence tab.” It shows 3 graphs: one for showing prevalence of anxiety disorders, another for showing the prevalence of ovarian cancer, and a third showing the prevalence of both conditions. The graphs show prevalence by age group, by sex, and overall. A chart shows the observed-to-expected ratio of the prevalence of both conditions occurring together, by age group, sex, and overall.

Figure 1.
Screenshot of the “Prevalence” tab for anxiety disorders, cancer of the ovary, and the dyad consisting of anxiety disorders and cancer of the ovary in the Rochester Epidemiology Project Data Exploration Portal.

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Screenshot shows a sample of a “Geography” tab. It shows a map of the 27-county region in southeastern Minnesota and the adjoining area in western Wisconsin that the Rochester Epidemiology Project encompasses. The map is color coded to show levels of prevalence of ovarian cancer. Prevalence ranges from 0 to 4.0 per 1,000 women.

Figure 2.
Screenshot of the “Geography” tab displaying the prevalence of cancer of the ovary (per 1,000 women) across the 27-county region in the Rochester Epidemiology Project Data Exploration Portal.

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