Reading and visualizing COVID-19 data
Updated 31 Mar 2020
The topic that is on everyone's mind these days is: COVID-19. How many cases do we have? How many cases are in Europe? How many cases are worldwide? We are also concerned about these questions so to find an answer we made an interactive diagram to analyze the new confirmed cases to the total confirmed cases of the corona virus.
- automatically read the latest live data from Johns Hopkins database
- calculates weekly moving average
- can show various countries
- creates figures and possible animation
Bonus features (see live script :))
- animation export as video
- map view with zoom using the latest data
Please find the Live Script for the steps we followed to get the interactive diagram. Feel free to experiment.
See https://gamaxlabsol.com/technical-corner/ for details.
Thanks for the GAMAX Laboratory Solutions Engineering Team for delivering this live script in a "deliver by tomorrow" project. :)
Original idea from: http://facebook.com/minutephysics
Lajos Varga et al (2020). Analyzing COVID-19 data (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/74797), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved March 31, 2020.
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