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Disclosure
tl;dr: I'm not an epidemiologist or journalist and pulling data from publicly available 3rd-party sources and creating visualizations to better understand the COVID-19 coronavirus.
This published Coda doc is a free and informational tool for all those who are working to understand and combat COVID-19. This dashboard is intended for informational purposes only and relies entirely on data provided by various third-party data sources including the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), Wikipedia, Worldometer, Department of Health for various U.S. states, and more. This dashboard is not for commercial use and is intended and should be used to provide background and context on the evolving COVID-19 situation. Coda disclaims any and all representations and warranties with respect to the dashboard, including accuracy, fitness for use and merchantability. This disclosure was adapted from
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Change Log
Log of changes, edits, and corrections being made to this resource. If you have any ideas, edits, or suggestions, email
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May 3, 2020
Removed data and some charts before March 1st to make the dashboard run faster
April 19, 2020
Edited conditional formatting on
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and some charts such as test per millions and cases per million
March 29, 2020
All state and county-level data has moved to
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Exploring an
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for automating the data retrieval for this dashboard
March 23, 2020
All state-level and county-level data will be moving to a new published doc.
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has not been updated since 3/21/20.
March 19, 2020
Using new data source for NYC-specific confirmed cases and back-filling as necessary (
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Added Michigan (
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), Wisconsin (
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), and Connecticut (
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) county-level data to
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March 18, 2020
Colorado county data is missing from 3/15-3/17 in
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. Using a new dashboard (source) from the Department of Public Health.
Added Texas and Pennsylvania county-level data to
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March 17, 2020
Added a epidemic model/calculator by Gabriel Goh to
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Added in New Jersey, Louisiana, and Georgia county-level data in
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March 16, 2020
Utilizing a new data source (
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) for state-level and total U.S. testing
March 15, 2020
Started adding Colorado county-level data in
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(
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Added a
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March 14, 2020
Started looking at ICU and Hospital bed data in
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. Haven't settled on an approach yet.
Started adding in Massachusetts county-level data in
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(
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March 13, 2020
Added new countries to
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Added testing data by the CDC and public health labs (see
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)
March 12, 2020
Added data relating to COVID-19 tests (see
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This allows us to calculate stats like Positivity rate (confirmed cases / tests)
Added population info to get stats like Tests per million and Cases per million (see
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to see new metrics)
Investigating a data issue with Mainland China. Researching data on confirmed cases going back to early January.
Exploring U.S. state and U.S. county-level data for states with the largest number of confirmed cases (NY, WA, CA)

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