The Pudding's Twitter thread of existing data projects
This infographics section focuses on visual representations of data. This section is best for infographics that clearly communicate a single aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic or are relevant to a specific aspect of data visualization. The emphasis is on visual communication rather than the underlying analysis.
Datawrapper charting software's selection of about 17 "responsible" Coronavirus infographics, emphasizing rolling averages.
Story of the epidemics in China with infographics- Rich infographics from South China Morning Post about many aspects of the disease and the epidemics
A collection of dashboards and other infographics that are updated hourly with latest available data. Supported by a virtual team of open source collaborators.
Graphs and clear explanations from Our World in Data. Well referenced. You can use their graphs without permission, only attribution necessary.
Influential collection of infographics by Silicon Valley growth hacker Tomas Pueyo organized to construct an argument for a strong response to the pandemic. Includes graphic for The Hammer and the Dance. Translated into multiple languages.
Science blog from Switzerland, which analyses information design, campaigns and other design aspects of the Corona pandemic (weekly updated). In German and English.
Infographics that use animation to show simulations of disease spread and policy measures.
Interactive data visualization from Washington Post simulating spread and countermeasures.
Adjust parameters like incubation time or hospitalizations to generate a time trend graph of an epidemic.
Github repository for waterfall animation showing effects of stay-at-home over time. Twitter thread discusses various alternatives considered in development of this infographic.
Explanation of a mathematical simulation of an epidemic from 3 Blue 1 Brown, a math YouTube channel that focuses on higher mathematics with a distinct visual perspective.
Interactive pandemic curve map to show the impact of social distancing measures in the US.
Time trend graph from The Economist hub for its Coronavirus coverage.
Infographics showing the relationship of case counts to hospital capacity have been influential in shaping public and policy response. This section collects some of the most influential examples.
Infographic demonstrating the importance of interventions in reducing strain on the healthcare system CC BY 2.0.
Wikimedia collection of animated Flatten the Curve graphic in multiple languages.
Illustrations, visual explanations, and humorous images based on photos and drawings. Images emphasize realism over symbolism.
Illustration on how covid-19 affect our lungs, from moderate to severe cases.
Falconieri Visuals created this visual explainer of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein for medical illustrators.
Infographic emphasizing illustrations of medical and health promotion aspects of Coronavirus.
San Diego Union-Tribune infographic illustrating features of 3 types of coronavirus testing.
Multilingual, formatted graphics for different social media layouts, explaining how to flatten the curve
Open source comic for learning about COVID-19 (written and drawn for teenagers and adults). Graphic medicine booklets + posters available on github.
Comic designed for kids with input from experts. Downloadable as a zine. Also in Spanish and Chinese.
5 Coronavirus Safety Tips and other Graphics. Lovely Graphic with 5 Tips for Coronavirus Safety translated into multiple languages. C
Series of infographics about COVID-19 that have been translated into 20+ languages to get the right information, in an easy to understand format designed for sharing on Facebook.
Fact checking website Truth or Fiction discussion of the Urine Test meme, whose creator is unknown.
Doctor's note: laughter is NOT the best medicine.
Coronavirus memes on Reddit
Infographics representing connections with network diagrams.
Connected graph of Singapore cases - updated by local broadcaster CNA.
Disjoint force-directed graph of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Singapore by Kontinentalist. Updated every 2 days.
The Risks - Know Them - Avoid Them
Professor of Biology explains what we know about spread, includes links to influential early diagrams of indoor spread (restaurant, call center).
Phylogeny showing evolutionary relationships of viruses from COVID-19 pandemic.
Graphic representation of financial flows from big tech to sectors of the economy fighting COVID-19.
Diagram linking categories of recipients of Coronavirus relief funds.
Graphs showing correlations and relationships between variables by plotting points or bubbles.
Bubble chart showing occupations with the highest risks based on physical job attributes by salary. Data from U.S. Department of Labor O*NET database.
Analysis on the Coronavirus outbreak in each country by an economist. Plots the % change in deaths against deaths.
Infographics emphasising change over time, such as timelines and time series.
University College London Professor of Networked Systems Mark Handley provides graphs of COVID-19 global growth rate and commentary. Graphs have CC0 "No rights reserved" license.
Graph where country case-curves can be offset and overlaid on one another with growth projections.
The Economist graphs total deaths over time to show that official COVID-19 death tolls under-count the true number of fatalities. The database The Economist uses is also available via Github 🔗https://github.com/TheEconomist/covid-19-excess-deaths-tracker
The FT graphs totals, trends and excess morbidity, by country and by urban area.
Small multiples time trend graph for 63 countries.
Collated European data from partner countries (incl EU, UK and Schenigan group, excludes Turkey), colated by age group and z-scores.
Make your own chart of the covid-19 pandemic, comparing timeseries for any countries, states, and US counties.
The top 10 Google autocomplete suggestions from seed ‘should i…’ (i.e. top safety concerns of the British public each day) and (i.e. topics where the public is seeking advice) from 02/03/2020
Trends in case counts by country in Africa.
COVID-19 contagion spread in Italy (updated daily)- Barchart race of the italian areas with the highest number of contagion. Updated daily with official data from italian government (Protezione Civile).
A timeline viz of Singapore’s government/community response as the situation develops both locally and internationally. Updated every 2 days.
Interactive timeline version of New York Times front page remembrance of 100,000 COVID-19 deaths.
Bar chart race animation showing how COVID-19 compares to other causes of death from March 1.
Glimpse tracks every topic across the internet. Here are non-obvious trends impacted by Coronavirus.
Time trend graph showing US Federal Reserve macroeconomic pandemic response.
Criticized for complexity, tornado plot with time trends over scatterplot of average and change in deaths.
Cautionary tale: This time trend graph from the state of Georgia's Department of Health was widely criticized, although some criticism may have taken the graph out of context.
Cautionary tale: This time trend graph naively applied a cubic projection, resulting in a projection that daily US COVID-19 deaths would reach zero in mid-May.
Infographics that combine text, symbolic images, and numbers to give multiple perspectives on a topic. Unlike a dashboard, this classic infographic format is typically not updated over time.
Infographic summarizing current status of diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines.
Multimedia infographic from South China Morning Post explaining biological aspects of Coronavirus.
Infographics that emphasise geography. Many dashboards also include maps.
This infographic, which placed the US among the countries best prepared to respond, did not age well.
Visual chronology emphasising proportional world maps.
Map of Coronavirus spread from Reuters.
🇨🇳🔗https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/4fdc0d03d3a34aa485de1fb0d2650ee0From Esri's StoryMaps team. Detailed maps of early spread of virus in and around Wuhan, China.
Animated map from Reuters showing the spread over time.
🔗 Data source: https://github.com/pernaletec/covid19_derivatives
Map of cases, change in number of cases, and change in rate of change (cases, 1st & 2nd derivatives).
Map of transmission status for COVID-19 and comparison of transmission status with average population adjusted temperature and relative humidity shows little effect of climate.
Coronavirus infection map. Data sourced from WHO, New York Times, NBC News, CDC, Baidu, etc.
Map of worldwide cases and deaths, per country from Channel News Asia. Simple to read and well laid out. Topographic map clearly shows natural features.
Created by endcoronavirus.org (ECV), an international volunteer coalition of scientists, community organisers, caring citizens, business owners, and individuals with a mission to develop effective, community-based solutions. ECV began at the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI).
Nice animation showing the spread of Coronavirus from the beginning of the outbreak from Open COVID-19 Data Curation Group.
Map from internet-connected thermometer company Kinsa showing total and atypical illness levels.
Visualization of Coronavirus cases by Danish region using DataWrapper. Data: Statums Serum Institut.
Interactive map with COVID-19 cases by county. Data source: John Hopkins University
Raw data source:
Interactive map of New York City cases by zip code
New York Times map of US reductions in travel. Influential map and accompanying article drew attention to geographic disparities within US.
Global travel restrictions from the World Food Programme. Mobile version available.
EpiRisk is a computational platform to estimate of the probability of exporting infected individuals from sites affected by a disease outbreak to other areas in the world through the airline transportation network and the daily commuting patterns and model the effects of travel restrictions.
A dashboard combines multiple types of indicators, such as maps, trends, counts, and shares. The dashboards in this section include global data and may allow it to be displayed separately by country. This section will be useful for people who want to understand various aspects of the pandemic. It is also useful for people who create infographics, to compare different ways of displaying data on a dashboard.
This section is for collections that contain multiple global dashboards.
MIT Technology Review's ranking of Coronavirus dashboards (also used to provide some of the descriptions of dashboards mentioned here).
Tableau data analysis software provides a curated collection of COVID-19 dashboards. Includes Daily Dashboard, Community Visualizations, and Global COVID-19 Starter Workbook.
Collection of sites using the mapping platform ESRI / Arcgis to create COVID-19 dashboards.
Blog by futurist and Georgetown Professor Bryan Alexander linking to dashboards and commenting on their usefulness.
Worldometer, a small, independent US-based media company voted one of the best free reference websites by the the American Library Association (ALA), provides Coronavirus statistics, graphs, countries, death rate, symptoms, incubation, transmission, and news.
GeoRank visualizations of JHU, WHO, and CDC data emphasizing rankings and comparisons.
A library of dashboards summarising the latest numbers around COVID-19 from GermInfo. Site solicits donations and markets telehealth services and medical supplies.
Comprehensive and extremely popular, but the colour scheme has been known to induce anxiety.
Dashboard from World Health Organization
Global Coronavirus tracker from Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) Global Health Policy group.
The Wikipedia page for cases functions as a global dashboard.
Global dashboard with focus on US and Canada from 1point3acres. Ad supported.
Dashboard with map and case counts from University of Virginia Biocomplexity Institute.
Widely shared infographic with seriousness of symptoms, worldwide recovery, demographic-related death rates, flattening the curve, mentions in the media. Updates appear to be daily.
Dashboard emphasizing trends over tine. Uses John Hopkins data, and intra-day updates from Worldometers, to visualize outbreaks each country (and regional when available), in terms of deaths per day. Includes links to news and wikipedia pages for each country. Mobile-friendly.
Coronavirus dashboard with wiki and newsletter created by a high school student in Washington state.
Uses John Hopkins data to visualize, superimpose, stack, fit or compare cases by country.
Live visualisation of COVID-19 cases from the Covy App (US based but mapped globally).
Dashboard includes map, time trends, bubble chart.
Hosted by DXY DX Doctor, a Chinese online community for physicians.
Maps of Coronavirus cases from membership website NomadList, a community of international travelers working remotely around the world.
From Netherlands-based news agency BNO News. Published April 1 and not updated.
Appears to require installation of Telegram app.
Global dashboard with statistics and news. Support for multiple European languages and Vietnamese.
Created to show that open-source technologies, such as R Shiny, can be used to create a decent dashboard in few hours. Features a neutral color scheme.
Global comparative dashboard including countries + regional groupings like EU, Asia, etc. Uses Johns Hopkins, New York Times, and Robert Koch Institute data.
Oxford University dashboard displaying government responses tracked rigorously and consistently.
Tracking the global outbreak by BBC News Visual and Data Journalism Team.
Coronavirus map: Tracking the global outbreak by the New York Times. Global dashboard that also includes detail for US states and major cities.
10-day forecasts based on current cases from the University of Melbourne.
1-year forecasts, country-by-country, based on a global model of travel patterns running on high-performance computers. Model includes technological advances and mitigation measures based on a database tracking 100+ global measures. From University of Oxford.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) FAQs with statistics and analysis by Nucleus Wealth. Has evolved through 3 phases: spread, extent and lethality of outbreaks, and predicting peaks and shutdown durations.
Global statistics and recently published articles. Tracking politicians: onesub.io/covid#gov
Please suggest sources we’d do well to include. UK tabloids excluded at the moment.
Tracks information and media analytics in real-time sourced from +19,000 media sources worldwide and measures the level of panic, social distancing, among other key topics in the news.
Google's dashboard of trends in search terms related to the Coronavirus.
Dashboards with data for a specific region, country, or subnational unit. Like all dashboards, these graphics combine multiple forms of data to inform decisions and monitor progress. Regions are defined and organized based on the United Nations Statistical Methodology.
Country: South Africa
Verified/vetted data added. Explicitly no projections or conclusions included. Also available for Democratic Republic of Congo.
South Africa Dashboard. University of Pretoria Data Science for Social Impact Research Group Dashboard
MediaHack COVID-19 Dashboard
The ministry of health COVID-19 Dasboard
Kampala Capital City Authority Esri Dasboard
Latin America current cases by American Society Council of the Americas.
Confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries for the 20 member and associate member states in the Caribbean.
Canada info and maps. Ad supported. Includes link to national and provincial self-assessment tools.
Visual timeline and map of COVID-19 in Canada, updated frequently. Data from official federal and provincial sources, and CBC.
Cases in the US by Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Displays signals related to COVID-19 activity levels across the United States. All these signals taken together may suggest heightened or rising COVID-19 activity in specific locations
Real-time modeling and metrics. All 50 states. 2,100+ counties. Estimates risks of reopening based on cases, deaths, testing, and hospital capacity.
Dashboard of population mobility data and physical distancing efforts. A collaboration between Facebook Data for Good and COVID-19 Mobility Data Network. Designed and built by Stamen.
Consumer activity: Foot Traffic by Day, Year-over-year, from SafeGraph.
Infographics analyzing economic disparities in who is able to stay home / social distance
Data sources: CDC, WHO, JHU CSSE, and state agencies. Supported by ads and donations.
Data visualizations to empower organizations to measure and understand the efficacy of social distancing initiatives at the local level. By unacast, makers of the Retail Impact Scorecard.
Glide app - summary of state-level data on your phone. Daily updates from COVID Tracking Project API.
Interactive dashboard with county level data for California. Includes separate tab for hospital data.
One-page printable dashboard for state of California.
From Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control and Health Protection.
National Public Radio (NPR) reports scientist said she's been fired for refusing to manipulate the data.
Alternative dashboard created by data scientist formerly in charge of Florida's dashboard.
🇺🇸🔗https://www.nj.gov/health/cd/topics/covid2019_dashboard.shtmlDashboard of New Jersey cases.
Data dashboard from NC Department of Health and Human Services.
Tracking Coronavirus in US urban areas, by the New York Times.
Los Angeles County dashboard from Neighborhood Data for Social Change project at University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy.
NYC Health Dept releases chart of Coronavirus cases by zip code. Looks like those who have the farthest commutes by train also have highest instances.
Daily update of cases from qq.nt). In Chinese.
Hong Kong Dashboard. Update by government. In English.
Macau Dashboard. In Chinese.
Data Dashboard for India with opportunity to self-report symptoms.
Dashboard for India and subnational units.
Dashboard for India with map and news sources.
Dashboard for Indian state of Odisha from Department of Electronics and Information Technology.
Indonesia Dashboard- Data sources: Indonesian Ministry of Health.
West Java COVID-19 distribution map: confirmed, patients under supervision [PDP], and people under observation [ODP]). Data sources: West Java Health Agency
Japan Dashboard from Toyo Keizai Online.
Dashboard for Tokyo with interesting visual representation of test counts.
In Japanese, English, and Spanish.
Malaysia Dashboard- created by Malaysiakini Newslab and MOH
Philippines Dashboard, Data sources: Epidemiology Bureau, Department of Health, Philippines
Philippine Dashboard, Data Sources: WHO, Department of Health, Philippines
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Singapore Dashboard- Data sources: Singapore MOH. Uses official data from the Singapore Ministry of Health. As such, some of the data is extremely specific (including approximate residence of patients) and thus some privacy concerns have been raised.
Dashboard of data visualizations for Belgium.
Overview of the current situation in the Czech Republic.
Visualization of Coronavirus cases in Estonia. Source: Health Board of Estonia.
Source: Helsingin Sanomat (media) JSON API
Notre projet a pour vocation de permettre aux citoyens de mieux comprendre et analyser l'évolution épidémiologique du coronavirus (covid-19 / SARS-CoV-2) en France et dans le monde.
Coronavirus-Fälle in Deutschland.
COVID-19 dashboard for Germany from national public health institute.
Alle bestätigten Fälle auf einer Karte from news organization Zeit.
Dashboard from government of Greece.
Coronavirus dashboard for Greece from blog On anything & everything.
Dashboard for Italy created by the United Nations World Food Programme - Emergency Division
From news organization Il Sole 24 Ore
Comprehensive overview nationwide or by region from multimedia division of Gruppo Editoriale GEDI.
Polish data dashboard- Porównaj dane o epidemii koronawirusa (COVID-19) w wybranych krajach
Dashboard from Spain's Ministry of Science and Innovation (within the Health Ministry).
This is also the source for data from Spain in the worldometers dashboard.
Dashboard of COVID-19 situation in Switzerland.
Potential COVID-19 symptoms reported through NHS Pathways and 111 online
UK dashboard. Open government license.
London dashboard- Data Source, here. Might not be uptodate.
Includes a Bret Victor-style interactive model to help Londoners understand how many cases there actually are. It uses a simple exponential growth model fit to real data. Users can change the key parameters using a UI built with Bret Victor's Tangle framework. Prioritizes intelligibility over accuracy.
Dashboards for Scotland, England, Wales, and Northern Ireland
This map shows reported COVID-19 cases per capita as a Local Authority hex cartogram - this gives each Local Authority the same visual weight on the map. Some Local Authorities in England are missing because of inconsistencies. Github repository available.
Australia's daily dashboard. Updated 3pm with data from states and territories. Downloadable as .pdf.
Created by volunteers and supported by donations. Data based on media reports and verified with updates from state and federal health departments. CC BY 4.0 license.
Lists specific locations and times of potential Coronavirus exposure. CC BY 3.0 Australia license.
Developed by a volunteer team, for non-commercial use only. Includes flights and cruise ships associated with Australian cases.
Australia New South Wales (NSW) statistics, with heat map of confirmed cases in NSW by postcode.
Dashboard for New Zealand. Mobile version available.
Infographics in this category may be outdated, contain unsourced data, or duplicate content presented more thoroughly elsewhere.
Detailed spreadsheet and graphs of Corona over time. No obvious data source or author.