COVID – Best Graphs, Charts and Dashboards for Tracking the Pandemic

by Jon Thompson on April 11, 2020

COVID-19 Projections from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation is my daily go to for assessing how well we’re flattening the curve.

The dashboard from JHU’s CSSE department was there from the start and gives an excellent global overview.

STAT has a beautiful graph that enables you to drill down to your country, state and county.

An interesting addition to the tracking group is the US Health Weather Map posted by Kinsa, Inc. It is populated with data from their Internet connected thermometers that are currently sold out on Amazon.

BBC’s Visual and Data Journalism team has a wonderful page that shows numerous graphs as well as an animated timeline view showing the progression of the disease from day one.

I will continue to post more. Please be sure to leave a comment with your favorites.

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