Aleks points us to this page on flu prediction. I haven’t looked into it but it seems like an important project.

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Since you’re on this topic, I take the opportunity to share some related work on predicting the spread of vector-borne viruses (such as Zika) using everything you like: Bayesian models, informative priors and Stan. Published here.