Contains Notebooks analyzing Covid-19 infection data from Johns Hopkins and NY Times. So many thanks to the incredible work of Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering (JHU CSSE): and the NY Times. They provide wonderful geospatial visualization. The notebooks here provide a simple analytical view. The notebooks pull data from for wordwide data and for Worldwide data and for US data. Both are updated daily, which takes incredible work. With that, people can explore and work on the data from a temporal perspective. Where might we be in two weeks? (I have stopped maintaining the NY Times notebooks, focusing on the JHU data.)

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Covid19-US-Actions-Matter.ipynb [ View Notebook ] examines how significantly mitigation measures in the US contained the spread of the virus and how recent undermining of those measures has already changed the projection of whether it ends up contained or grows unchecked.

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US-County-covid19-JHU.ipynb [View Notebook] County level exploration and projection of confirmed cases and deaths in the US for any state.

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US-covid19-JHU.ipynb [View Notebook] State level exploration as above.

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World-covid19-JHU.ipynb [View Notebook] examines the growth in confirmed cases worldwide at a country level, showing individual countries contribute to the overall picture and examining growth rates per country. Worldwide and per-country projections provide a sense of what the exponential growth is leading to. The data is pulled from

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