This is a part of a series of posts analysing the data being published about the spread of COVID-19. The focus is on the cumulative number of deaths reported. If you find such data upsetting, please do not view this post.
This post provided a daily update of COVID-19 data shared by John Hopkins University. It shows the trending lines for countries with the highest number of reported deaths and summarises key data changes up to 1 May 2020
Exploring the index of deprivation that ranks all local authorities in England using multiple deprivation factors including income, employment, health, education, crime and living environment. Read More
One of the benefits of an interactive visualisation is the ability to zoom in and out of the data, altering the scale of analysis. From summaries and averages to individual data points or specific periods in space and time.
In the UK there is a debate about whether it is reasonable to expect fire fighters to continue working until they are 60 before being eligible for a pension. The first port of call should be to analyse the incidents they attend…