For those who wish to play the home game you can compare mortality rate or use the formulas below to calculate mortality rates, survival rates, and 1 in X Died (survivors per deaths) statistics for yourself.
Category: Data Visualization
COVID-19 Analyses, October 31st edition
Depending on your point of view COVID surges on at its study rate of spread, or is starting its second or third peak. Regardless of the point of view, some major statistical milestones have been reached and winter is looking ominous.
COVID-19 Analyses – August 29th edition
Good news: rates aren’t worse than my last analysisBad news: rates aren’t better than my last analysis What follows are the statistics and visualizations regarding COVID-19 that I find informative, important, or were just interesting to me to create as I learn more about data visualization. There are plenty of other analyses available, and analyses that come from disease…
COVID-Analysis – Now With Animations
What follows are the statistics and visualizations regarding COVID-19 that I find informative, important, or were just interesting to me to create as I learn more about data visualization. There are plenty of other analyses available, and analyses that come from disease experts, which I am not, so I encourage you to read and look at those as well! The…
Response to a COVID-19 School Opening Risk Analysis
My response to a risk analysis comparing COVID-19 to auto fatalities.
The number of confirmed cases around the world recently passed 20 million. In the USA, the number of confirmed cases recently passed 5 million and the number of deaths surpassed 1 in every 2,000 individuals.
COVID-19 Analyses update
COVID-19 Analyses update. We’re number 1! USA has the most active cases per capita of any nation on earth. On the plus side, there aren’t any active cases in my town.
In the USA 1 in every 87 people has had a confirmed case of COVID-19, 1 in every 174 has an active case, and 1 in every 2,325 individuals have died. The USA in ranked in position 11 for per capita cases, position 2 for per capita active cases, and position 10 for per capita deaths.
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