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I created these COVID-19 graphs that I found interesting.  I plan to make updates on Sunday afternoons.

US GRAPHS
Per week: Deaths / Hospitalizations /  Positive cases / Positivity Rate 

STATE GRAPHS
Positivity rate:  Since March / Last week / Difference over the past 2 weeks

Hospitalizations:
  - Total weekly: Since March / Last week / Difference over the past 2 weeks
  - Per Capita:   Since March / Last week / Difference over the past 2 weeks

Deaths:
  - Total weekly:      Since March / Last week / Difference over the past 2 weeks
  - Per Capita weekly: Since March / Last week / Difference over the past 2 weeks
  - Cumulative:        Total       / Per capita

Positive cases:
  - Total weekly :     Since March / Last week
  - Per capita weekly: Since March / Last week
  - Cumulative:        Total       / Per capita

By State:
  Alabama       : Alaska        : Arkansas       : Arizona        : California     : Colorado       : Connecticut  : Delaware  : Florida
  Georgia       : Hawaii        : Idaho          : Illinois       : Indiana        : Iowa           : Kansas       : Kentucky  : Louisiana
  Maine         : Maryland      : Massachusetts  : Michigan       : Minnesota      : Mississippi    : Missouri     : Montana   : Nebraska
  Nevada        : New Hampshire : New Jersey     : New Mexico     : New York       : North Carolina : North Dakota : Ohio      : Oklahoma
  Oregon        : Pennsylvania  : Rhode Island   : South Carolina : South Dakota   : Tennessee      : Texas        : Utah      : Vermont
  Virginia      : Washington    : West Virginia  : Wisconsin      : Wyoming

  District of Columbia

Notes:
- Data source: https://covidtracking.com/data/download
- I've heard positivity rate is an important statistic.  Some of my co-workers disagree with this, but that is what the medical
  experts say.  Anyway, you can see what states are high vs low and how states are trending.
- Deaths are, of course, important.  Hospitalizations are an indicator of how many people are getting seriously ill.
- Graphs I've seen often give daily statitistics.  That's a lot of data points.  These graphs have a one data point/week.
- Deaths/hopitalization counts easily get skewed toward states with higher populations.  Graphs here have both those counts, 
  but also counts/100,000 people in each state.
- The bar graphs give a quick comparison of all states for the most recent week.

Things you can do on the line graphs:
- Click and drag to zoom in on a portion of the graph
- After zooming, a double-click in the graph will reset
- A single click on a state will include/exclude that state from the graph
- A double click on a state will will reset

State Abbreviations:
AK : Alaska
AL : Alabama
AR : Arkansas
AZ : Arizona
CA : California
CO : Colorado
CT : Connecticut
DC : District of Columbia
DE : Delaware
FL : Florida
GA : Georgia
HI : Hawaii
IA : Iowa
ID : Idaho
IL : Illinois
IN : Indiana
KS : Kansas
KY : Kentucky
LA : Louisiana
MA : Massachusetts
MD : Maryland
ME : Maine
MI : Michigan
MN : Minnesota
MO : Missouri
MS : Mississippi
MT : Montana
NC : North Carolina
ND : North Dakota
NE : Nebraska
NH : New Hampshire
NJ : New Jersey
NM : New Mexico
NV : Nevada
NY : New York
OH : Ohio
OK : Oklahoma
OR : Oregon
PA : Pennsylvania
RI : Rhode Island
SC : South Carolina
SD : South Dakota
TN : Tennessee
TX : Texas
UT : Utah
VA : Virginia
VT : Vermont
WA : Washington
WI : Wisconsin
WV : West Virginia
WY : Wyoming

Last updated: September, 13 2020
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