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Nothing to do with sports here. 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 : WyomingLast updated: September, 13 2020