In this tutorial I implement the code to compare some measurements related to the first and second waves in Italy.
In this tutorial I implement the code to compare some measurements related to the first and second waves in Italy. In my previous post, I dealt with the ratio between the number of total cases and number of swabs. In this post, I consider the following types of measurements:
pandaslibrary. The code is very simple and reusable thus it can be easily adapted to data related to other Countries.
Every measurement is analysed from two perspectives:
In addition, for each measurement, I provide the code to compare data related to the first wave with data related to the second wave. I set the 2020, July 31st as the splitting date between the first and second wave.
All the code described in this tutorial is available in my Github repository.
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