Data visualization shared by David Pritchard of Ottawa helps us better understand what is going on with COVID-19 in Canada, as compared to the United States
What follows below – all of the images and text that you see – is from a pinned Twitter thread by David Pritchard of Ottawa. What the thread underlines is that data visualization can do a tremendously valuable job in telling us some of the things that we can learn from data.
Full stack, C++, graphics,
Also transport modelling and a side of covid and politics. Formerly
1/ Let’s talk about the border, #COVID19canada and #COVID19Ontario. So many maps stop at the border. And the Canadian metrics (weekly cases/100k,
6/ Ontario’s COVID response had a turbulent month. The government floated “living with the virus”, set high lockdown thresholds, but then backed down and “did the right thing, once all other options were exhausted” (again). Where did “living with virus” talking points originate?
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