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Global interactive Corona Virus mapping

The Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at John Hopkins University (JHU) has developed an interactive dashboard for Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases.

According to its developers "Our metapopulation model is based on a global network of local, city-level, populations connected by edges representing passenger air travel between cities. At each node of the network, we locally model outbreak dynamics using a discrete-time Susceptible-Exposed-Infected-Recovered (SEIR) compartmental model."

By the time this post was written (approx. 30-45 min), I witnessed the global confirmed cases plunged from 71,335 to 71,709.


This work is being led by Lauren Gardner at Johns Hopkins University CSSE, in collaboration with Aleksa Zlojutro and David Rey at rCITI at UNSW Sydney, and Ensheng Dong at JHU CSSE. At JHU, we have previously developed an interactive dashboard mapping the outbreak in real-time, and a written a blog.

All credits CSSE, JHU

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