Every day, all 91-DIVOC visualizations are updated with the latest data compiled from various data sources across the Internet.
A quick updating expanding the “Coronavirus Contribution by State” visualization, to add a graph of the data normalized by population.
The Spring 2021 semester is underway and, with COVID-19 behind us, I’m looking to focus on bringing data-forward analysis to other important topics. I look forward to sharing some new, non-COVID work, in the coming weeks and would love your feedback! :)
A few quick updates to 91-DIVOC:
Removed the “COVID-19 Among Big Ten University Links” from the main page since that project of mine has concluded. :(
A few quick user-reported and user-requested features were just added:
If you change the “Region” after selecting the “Add Additional Data” option, the additional data did not always update until you changed some other option. The graph has now learned to update the additional data when the region is changed. Thanks @bilfrost!
There was previously no way to quickly view all countries without any of the regions (like the European Union). On the country charts, a new “Show” option now exists called “No Regions” that will exclude all regions. Thanks @mattdm!
On 91-DIVOC #02: “COVID-19 Data for Locations of People You Love”, the population data for Washington D.C. was not linked. The page now knows the population of the D.C. area. Thank you, via e-mail!
Finally, the detailed logs now displays only the most recent five synchronizing sessions (the page was already getting a bit long).
Two major additions: more vaccine data (country-level data, instead of just states) and a detailed log of the synchronization status of 91-DIVOC.
As the vaccination against COVID-19 begins, many US states are beginning to report total numbers of vaccinations. This data is now provided on the US state-level graphs, including the normalized views. This data is sourced/compiled by the Centers for Civic Impact at Johns Hopkins University, as JHU continues to lead the way in providing fantastic, open-source COVID-19 data.
The four new 91-DIVOC visualizations include:
Happy Holidays! :)