Data visualizations can help us better track and understand the spread of COVID-19.
Last updated: February 16, 2021
Data source (Johns Hopkins data from Associated Press) available at data.world.
Interactive Data Apps on Binder
*Use the button below to navigate to the data app dashboard. Open the COVID-19 Data App or the COVID-19 and Unemployment App. The page may take a few moments to load. After it loads, click "Voila" near the top of the screen to see interactive visualizations.
COVID-19 Tracker App
You can use this app to view current and past data reflecting COVID-19 cases and deaths in the U.S. Use the interactive display to focus on county, state or national levels since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Data include total cases and deaths, daily rates and per capita measures. Source: Associated Press
You can use this app to see how unemployment in the U.S. has changed at the county, state and national levels since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Data include the total persons employed, unemployed and in the labor force, as well as the unemployment rate and measure of the labor force as a percent of the population. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
Read these blog posts to learn more about data visualizations from Dr. James Caton:
Data visualizations moved to interactive apps on Binder.
COVID-19 Tracker App data (from Associated Press) includes: total cases, total deaths, cases per million, deaths per million, daily cases, daily deaths, daily cases per million 7-day moving average, daily deaths per million 7-day moving average.
Unemployment App data (from Bureau of Labor Statistics) includes: number employed, number unemployed, size of labor force, unemployment rate and labor force as percentage of population.