A beta version of the new #COVID19 data dashboard is now available: Please don't @ me with any comments or suggestions - there is a feedback button at the top of the page.
I am often asked about public testing and hospitalisation data. There is an enormous amount available. This dashboard, newly updated, summarises some of the most valuable. Including local info. Thanks to all those involved.
. & released a new version of their COVID-19 dashboard with postcode search capabilities.
New postcode Covid dashboard has been launched by Govt. Useful to see how things are in your area and down to your ward level
Have you checked out the #COVID19 beta dashboard? Case counts by day combined for pillar 1 & 2 now available for local authorities.
The beta version of the new UK coronavirus site from is a real step up. Would be really useful to see (all over time): - Cases stratified by test type - Deaths stratified by hospital, care home, other - Excess deaths
Pleased to (finally) see some increased transparency from gov in reporting COVID-19 cases () including number of tests being carried out
Please compare the first impression of the deaths visualisation included in the previous dashboard ( left) with the visualisation in the new dashboard ( right). It's all about that first initial impression.
The new version of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK dashboard, with different way to visualise the data, is a great example on how #dataviz is never neutral
You be the judge. Last updated on Tuesday 20 October 2020 at 04:18pm. Source:
The new dashboard with the daily updates we used to get from the press conferences. It looks like cases are starting to rise again.
Where is this curve going? I annotated the chart for clarity. Last updated on Sunday 18 October 2020 at 4:00pm; latest data provided on 14 October. Source:
Last updated on Friday 16 October 2020 at 04:03pm. " The latest R number is estimated at 1.3 to 1.5 with a daily growth rate range of 4% to 7%. " Source:
Check the Coronavirus in the UK data last updated on Monday 12 October 2020 at 4:00pm. 13,972 cases today, which is higher than last Friday's 13,864. But check the healthcare and deaths curves- they look ready to go up again...
Unable to access UK gov coronavirus data because SSL certificate has expired. Sigh.
This is the website. For the detail you have to go into nation level. There you see the slightly different trends that I was trying but failing to illustrate