Serial Days

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Dubbed the 'Night Stalker,' Richard Ramirez was an American serial killer who broke into California homes, raping and torturing more than 25 victims and killing at least 13 over a two-year rampage. Excel stores dates as sequential serial numbers so that they can be used in calculations. By default, January 1, 1900 is serial number 1, and January 1, 2008 is serial number 39448 because it is 39,447 days after January 1, 1900. Most functions automatically convert date values to serial numbers.

The serial interval, in the epidemiology of communicable (infectious) diseases, refers to the time between successive cases in a chain of transmission.[1]

The serial interval is generally estimated from the interval between clinical onsets, in which case it is the 'clinical onset serial interval' when these quantities are observable. It could, in principle, be estimated by the time interval between infection and subsequent transmission. If the timing of infection transmission in deference to a person's clinical onset is TA, and the incubation period of a subsequent case is IB, then the clinical onset serial interval is calculated by TA + IB. Real data best reflect a frequency distribution when observing a single primary case and its associated secondary cases.[2]If it is assumed that infections occur at random during the infectious period, then the average serial interval is the sum of the average latent period (from infection to infectiousness) and half the average infectious period.

Serial intervals can vary widely, especially for some lifelong diseases (HIV infection, Chickenpox, Herpes). The serial interval for SARS was 7 days.[3] For COVID-19, a review of the published literature shows serial interval estimates to be 4-8 days.[4]

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Related but distinct quantities include : the 'average transmission interval' sum of average latent and infectious period; the 'incubation period' between infection and disease onset; the 'latent period' between infection and infectiousness.

References[edit]

  1. ^Last J.M. (2001) A Dictionary of Epidemiology, Oxford University Press.
  2. ^Fine, P. E. M. (2003). 'The Interval between Successive Cases of an Infectious Disease'. American Journal of Epidemiology. 158 (11): 1039–1047. doi:10.1093/aje/kwg251. PMID14630599.
  3. ^Lipsitch, M.; Cohen, T.; Cooper, B.; Robins, J. M.; Ma, S.; James, L.; Gopalakrishna, G.; Chew, S. K.; Tan, C. C.; Samore, M. H.; Fisman, D.; Murray, M. (2003). 'Transmission Dynamics and Control of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome'(PDF). Science. 300 (5627): 1966–1970. doi:10.1126/science.1086616. PMC2760158. PMID12766207.
  4. ^Park, Minah; Cook, Alex R.; Lim, Jue Tao; Sun, Yinxiaohe; Dickens, Borame L. (2020-03-31). 'A Systematic Review of COVID-19 Epidemiology Based on Current Evidence'. Journal of Clinical Medicine. 9 (4): 967. doi:10.3390/jcm9040967. ISSN2077-0383. PMC7231098. PMID32244365.
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Definition

Returns a Date value representing the specified year, month, and day, with the time information set to midnight (00:00:00).

Parameters

Year
Int32

Required. Integer expression from 1 through 9999. However, values below this range are also accepted. If Year is 0 through 99, it is interpreted as being between 1930 and 2029, as explained in the 'Remarks' section. If Year is less than 1, it is subtracted from the current year.

Month
Int32

Required. Integer expression from 1 through 12. However, values outside this range are also accepted. The value of Month is offset by 1 and applied to January of the calculated year. In other words, (Month - 1) is added to January. The year is recalculated if necessary. The following results illustrate this effect:

If Month is 1, the result is January of the calculated year.

If Month is 0, the result is December of the previous year.

If Month is -1, the result is November of the previous year.

If Month is 13, the result is January of the following year.

Day
Int32

Required. Integer expression from 1 through 31. However, values outside this range are also accepted. The value of Day is offset by 1 and applied to the first day of the calculated month. In other words, (Day - 1) is added to the first of the month. The month and year are recalculated if necessary. The following results illustrate this effect:

If Day is 1, the result is the first day of the calculated month.

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If Day is 0, the result is the last day of the previous month.

If Day is -1, the result is the penultimate day of the previous month.

If Day is past the end of the current month, the result is the appropriate day of the following month. For example, if Month is 4 and Day is 31, the result is May 1.

Returns

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A value that represents the specified year, month, and day, with the time information set to midnight (00:00:00).

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Examples

This example uses the DateSerial function to return the date for the specified year, month, and day.

Remarks

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Two-digit values for the Year argument are interpreted based on user-defined computer settings. The default settings are that values from 0 through 29 are interpreted as the years 2000-2029, and values from 30 through 99 are interpreted as the years 1930-1999. To signify all other years, use a four-digit year, for example, 1924.

The following example demonstrates negative, zero, and positive argument values. Here, the DateSerial function returns a Date representing the day before the first day of March in the year 10 years before the current year; in other words, the last day of February ten years ago.

If either Month or Day exceeds its normal range, it is applied to the next larger unit as appropriate. For example, if you specify 32 days, it is evaluated as one month and from one to four days, depending on the value of Month. If Year is greater than 9999, or if any argument is outside the range -2,147,483,648 through 2,147,483,647, an ArgumentException error occurs. If the date specified by the three arguments is earlier than 00:00:00 on January 1 of the year 1, or later than 23:59:59 on December 31, 9999, an ArgumentOutOfRangeException error occurs.

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The Date data type includes time components. DateSerial sets all of these to 0, so the returned value represents the beginning of the calculated day.

Since every Date value is supported by a DateTime structure, its methods give you additional options in assembling a Date value. For example, you can use one of the overloaded DateTime constructors to populate a Date variable using the desired combination of components. The following example sets NewDateTime to May 6, 1978 at one tenth of a second before 8:30 in the morning:

Applies to

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See also