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    An epidemiological week, commonly referred to as an epi week or a CDC week, is simply a standardized method of counting weeks to allow for the comparison of data year after year.

    Definition

    The first epi week of the year ends, by definition, on the first Saturday of January, as long as it falls at least four days into the month. Each epi week begins on a Sunday and ends on a Saturday.

    Usage

    import epi from 'epidemiological-week'
     
    epi.calculate('2006-12-31')  //{year: 2007, week: 1}
    epi.calculate('2007-01-07')  //{year: 2007, week: 2}
    epi.calculate('2016-01-01')  //{year: 2015, week: 52}
    epi.calculate('2016-01-03')  //{year: 2016, week: 1}
    epi.calculate('2016-11-13')  //{year: 2016, week: 46}
     
    epi.calculate('12-31-2006', 'MM-DD-YYYY')  //{year: 2007, week: 1}
    epi.calculate('31-12-2006', 'DD-MM-YYYY')  //{year: 2007, week: 1}
     
    //Special dates
    //These dates can not be found on epi calendar, so for now just give it -1
    epi.calculate('2008-12-28')  //{year: -1, week: -1}
    epi.calculate('2014-12-28')  //{year: -1, week: -1}
    epi.calculate('2009-01-02')  //{year: -1, week: -1}
    epi.calculate('2015-01-03')  //{year: -1, week: -1} 

    You can find the definition and calendars on this website
    The result of the function is exactly the same as what those calendars show

    Note: This npm package is implemented by ES6, so if you got any error when importing this package, please refer to the package.json in this project

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    npm i epidemiological-week

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