Our Data

In order to provide the most accurate information on the pandemic magnitud, we collected data from multiple reliable sources: Bing, Our World in Data, Wikipedia, Areweinlockdown, Google Mobility, Citypopulation. The source and update frequency for each metric is specified below:
Table of Contents

Sources

Virus

Bing

MetricsDescription
CasesTotal number of cases registered.
DeathsTotal deaths per Covid-19 registered.
% DeathsPercentage of deaths among total cases.
Recov.Total number of recovered cases recorded. Note: Information is limited
to some regions and countries.
% Recov.Percentage of recoveries among detected cases.
Day ZeroDate when we reached 100 cumulative cases.
Cases last 7New cases confirmed in the last 7 days.
Deaths last 7New deaths confirmed in the last 7 days.
Avg. cases last 7Daily average of new cases in the last 7 days.
Avg. deaths last 7Average number of new deaths per day in the last 7 days.
Avg. cases last 3Daily average of cases in the last 3 days.
TrendComparison between the average number of cases in the last 3 days and
the average number of cases in the last 7 days Note: Increasing, if the
last 3 day average is higher than the last week average; or decreasing
if it is the opposite .
% IncreasePercentage variation between the day of interest and the day before
Avg. Increase last 7Average percentage increase per day for the last 7 days.
Avg. Increase last 3Average percentage increase per day for the last 3 days.
SpeedComparison of the average percentage increase of the last 3 days Vs
percentage increase of the last 7 days. Note: Accelerating, if the Prom.
Increase ult. 3 is greater than ult. 7, or decelerating if the opposite.
Cases/100,000 inhab.Total cases per hundred thousand inhabitants.
Deaths/100,000 inhab.Total deaths per hundred thousand inhabitants.
Recov./100,000 inhab.Total recovered per hundred thousand inhabitants.
Cases last 7/100,000 inhab.New cases in the last 7 days per hundred thousand inhabitants.
Deaths last 7/100,000 inhab.New deaths in the last 7 days per hundred thousand inhabitants.

Our World in Data

Hospitalizations are collected manually, according to the official information of each government. Note: Except for Brazil, Peru, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras and Venezuela; whose data are collected manually according to the official information of each government.
Metrics Description
Tests Total number of tests carried out.
% Pos Percentage of positive tests.
% Pos last 7 Percentage of positive tests in the last 7 days
Tests / 100,000 inhab. Total tests per hundred thousand inhabitants.
Tests last 7 / 100,000 inhab. Tests done in the last 7 per hundred thousand population.
% Increase tests last 7 Tests done in the last 7 days between the previous 7 days.

Measures taken

Wikipedia

The following variables were taken into account: country, region, quarantine start date.

Areweinlockdown

The data was taken as to: Isolation policy, schools, prohibited events, open shops, flight permits, border status and use of masks. They were assigned a score and rating of 1-10, with 10 being the strict use of measures taken by the country. Note: We are still working on it, the information will be available soon..

Mobility

Google Mobility

All categories were grouped except residential_percent_change_from_baseline. An average of these categories was carried out, which was called total mobility (total_mobility). The following metrics are generated based on total mobility:

MetricsDescription
MobilityObserved change in mobility from day zero
Mobility last 7Change observed in mobility in the last 7 days.
1st day without mov.Date of the first day with a decrease of 40% or more.
Days without mov.Days with 40% or more decrease in mobility

Apple

All categories were grouped together. An average of these categories was made and called total mobility (Total_Mobility).

Note: We are still working on it, the information will be available soon.

Census and Health System

Metrics Description
Population Total population.
Hospital Beds Total number of hospital beds.
Hospital beds / thousand inhabitants. Total number of hospital beds per thousand inhabitants.

Help us to improve our data

Even the best available data on the coronavirus pandemic are far from perfect. We count on your help as the best critic to help us present the best data; if you find any errors or have any suggestions you can contact us at media@rodillo.org (please put as subject: “observation data”).

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