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Infectious diseases are a threat to human health and a hindrance to societal development. Consequently, the spread of diseases in both time and space has been widely studied, revealing the different types of spatial patterns. Transitions between patterns are an emergent property in spatial epidemics that can serve as a potential trend indicator of disease spread. Despite the usefulness of such an indicator, attempts to systematize the topic of pattern transitions have been few and far between.doi:10.1016/j.plrev.2016.08.002 pmid:27567502 pmcid:PMC7105263 fatcat:nmo23uzlcbh5zjpj25guwvzezm