Pollution-Associated Risk Geospatial Analysis Site (PARGASITE)

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- Fixed: all data share the same color-scale across the years
- Free: each data has its own color-scale for the selected year

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PARGASITE

Pollution-Associated Risk Geospatial Analysis SITE (PARGASITE) is an R package to offer tools and Shiny application to estimate and visualize major pollutant levels (CO, NO2, SO2, Ozone, PM2.5 and PM10) covering the conterminous United States at user-defined time ranges. It help users to automatically retrieves pollutant data via the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Air Quality System (AQS) API service, filters the data by exceptional event (e.g., wildfire) status, performs spatial interpolations, and summarizes pollutant concentrations by geographic boundaries including State, County, and Core-Based Statistical Area (CBSA).

We have no affiliation with the EPA.


Contributors

Jaehyun Joo, Nisha Narayanan, Avantika Diwadkar, Rebecca Greenblatt, and Blanca Himes


References

Greenblatt RE, Himes BE. Facilitating Inclusion of Geocoded Pollution Data into Health Studies. AMIA Jt Summits Transl Sci Proc. 2019;2019:553–561. PMID: 31259010 .