COVID-19 Data Analysis

Data Source: Kaggle: COVID19 Global Forecasting (Week 3)

Aim: In this covid-19 dataset, we will be predicting the cumulative number of confirmed COVID19 cases in various locations across the world, as well as the number of resulting fatalities, for future dates. We have divided this aim into following objectives:

  1. Data Loading from Kaggle to Google Colab (YouTube: Part-1)
  2. Exploratory Data Analysis (YouTube: Part-2)
  3. Exploratory Data Analysis (YouTube: Part-3)

The above given YouTube link are the explanation of data analysis. The link of the playlist is COVID-19.


Week 3

1. Top 10 Confirmed COVID-19 cases by country

2. Top 10 Fatality COVID-19 cases by country

3. Cumulative trend plot for Confirmed Cases

4. Number of Daily Cases

5. Number of Daily Cases (Country wise)

6. Date on which a top 12 countries had Maximum cases

7. Number of daily new Fatalities

8. Number of daily new Fatalities (Country wise)

9. Date on which a top 12 countries had Maximum Fatalities

10. Variation in number of confirmed cases on daily basis

11. Confirmed Cases trend (pattern) from first day of incidence

12. Fatalities trend from first day of incidence

13. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend from first day of incidence

14. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend on same scale

15. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend in log10 scale

16. Co-relation between ConfirmedCases and Fatalities worldwide

17. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend (without China data)

18. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend (without China) on same scale

19. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend (without China) on log10 scale

Difference between CFR vs IFR

  • CFR is the ratio of the number of deaths divided by the number of confirmed (preferably by nucleic acid testing) cases of disease.

  • IFR is the ratio of deaths divided by the number of actual infections with SARS-CoV-2.

  • Note: Because nucleic acid testing is limited and currently available primarily to people with significant indications of and risk factors for covid-19 disease, and because a large number of infections with SARS-CoV-2 result in mild or even asymptomatic disease, the IFR is likely to be significantly lower than the CFR.

Ref: Ref: Virology

Week 4

1. Top 10 Confirmed COVID-19 cases by country

2. Top 10 Fatality COVID-19 cases by country

3. Cumulative trend plot for Confirmed Cases

4. Number of Daily Cases

5. Number of Daily Cases (Country wise)

6. Date on which a top 12 countries had Maximum cases

7. Number of daily new Fatalities

8. Number of daily new Fatalities (Country wise)

9. Date on which a top 12 countries had Maximum Fatalities

10. Variation in number of confirmed cases on daily basis

11. Confirmed Cases trend (pattern) from first day of incidence

12. Fatalities trend from first day of incidence

13. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend from first day of incidence

14. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend on same scale

15. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend in log10 scale

16. Co-relation between ConfirmedCases and Fatalities worldwide

17. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend (without China data)

18. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend (without China) on same scale

19. Confirmed Cases and Fatalities worldwide trend (without China) on log10 scale