Check out this curated collection of coronavirus-related projections, dashboards, visualizations, and data that we have encountered on the internet.
There is no shortage of coronavirus resources on the internet at the moment. Like coverage of the pandemic on the news, it seems to be the only thing you came across online at times. Some of it is good; some, not so much. We have paid attention to what we have found to be the best of these resources that we have come across — in the way of projections, dashboards and visualizations, and data — and share them with you here. Perhaps after seeing how others are presenting their visualizations, predictions, and interactions, and then exploring the data yourself, you might gain some insight into the virus or, just as importantly, into the process of data investigation.
There aren't any mainstream media articles among this collection; its focus is on the presentation and visualization of data, as well as sharing the underlying data itself, where available.
Here are the best of what we have come across in terms of coronavirus resources.
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