Note: Our tracker data has been reset to more narrowly provide insight as of October 1, 2020. Prior data has been archived, however here is a report of our summary insights.
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* Coronavirus (COVID-19) data is collected from a wide set of public data, including data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) and The New York Times.
** Explicit written permission from Acoer LLC is required for use of Acoer Coronavirus Tracker assets. Contact us for more information or to request permission for use of Acoer assets.
Q1: If you were to explain to an outsider how your tracker works, how would you do it?
A1: The tracker takes public data made available through different authoritative sources (CDC, WHO, IHME, NYT and Google Trends so far) and displays in aggregate (for a global perspective) and allows for simple and visual filtering, dynamic changes based on values selected and ability to download selected data (either as images or CSV files for later analysis)
Q2: What exactly can it show?
A2: Aggregate coronavirus data updated on daily basis, filtered down to individual countries, showing total cases, number reported dead, number reported recovered, (where data allows) death and recovery per 100 people, as well as Google trends based on publications.Read more of the interview with our CEO and Digital Asset Live