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An Interactive Online Dashboard for Tracking COVID-19 in U.S. Counties, Cities, and States in Real Time

Benjamin D Wissel, P J Van Camp, Michal Kouril, Chad Weis, Tracy A Glauser, Peter S White, Isaac S Kohane, Judith W Dexheimer
2020 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Materials and Methods This R Shiny application aggregates data from multiple resources that track COVID-19 and visualizes them through an interactive, online dashboard.  ...  It displays COVID-19 data from every county and 188 metropolitan areas in the U.S.  ...  Wu, PhD and Sander Su for their help launching the site. Funding Statement. This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial or not-for-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocaa071 pmid:32333753 pmcid:PMC7188179 fatcat:mwbetqhfpjckncsbwgpqm3op7u

A Conceptual Model for Geo-Online Exploratory Data Visualization: The Case of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Anna Bernasconi, Silvia Grandi
2021 Information  
available platforms that track, visualize, and communicate indicators related to COVID-19.  ...  Responding to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, several organizations and private citizens considered the opportunity to design and publish online explanatory data visualization tools for the communication  ...  Figure 6 . 6 Possible structure of an interactive Geo-OEDV tool, inspired to the "Dashboard|COVID-19" by Andrzej Leszkiewicz; available online: https://avatorl.org/covid-19/; screenshot date: 23 January  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12020069 fatcat:qa2vhyqxofd5ra2vcuci27nqre

The geographic spread of COVID-19 correlates with the structure of social networks as measured by Facebook [article]

Theresa Kuchler, Dominic Russel, Johannes Stroebel
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Areas with more social ties to two early COVID-19 "hotspots" (Westchester County, NY, in the U.S. and Lodi province in Italy) generally had more confirmed COVID-19 cases by the end of March.  ...  As the pandemic progressed in the U.S., a county's social proximity to recent COVID-19 cases and deaths predicts future outbreaks over and above physical proximity and demographics.  ...  Data on COVID-19 cases in the United States by county come from Johns Hopkins University Center for Systems Science and Engineering.  ... 
arXiv:2004.03055v3 fatcat:ql6hoyp6nfdovj7r3dace3w4bm

A syndromic surveillance tool to detect anomalous clusters of COVID-19 symptoms in the United States

Amparo Güemes, Soumyajit Ray, Khaled Aboumerhi, Michael R. Desjardins, Anton Kvit, Anne E. Corrigan, Brendan Fries, Timothy Shields, Robert D. Stevens, Frank C. Curriero, Ralph Etienne-Cummings
2021 Scientific Reports  
We also identified temporal clusters of change in taste/smell entries and confirmed COVID-19 incidence in Baltimore City and County.  ...  The resulting clusters can serve as indicators of emerging COVID-19 outbreaks, and support syndromic surveillance as an early warning system for disease prevention and control.  ...  LLP for their guidance, Reina Murray and Mara Blake of the Department of Data Services of Johns Hopkins' Sheridan Libraries and Museums for providing technical support for our dashboard, John Brown for  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-021-84145-5 pmid:33633250 fatcat:ru7gvkbuqbcglohqu7gjr5layu

Casualties of a Pandemic: Truth, Trust and Transparency

Frank D. LoMonte
2020 The Journal of Civic Information  
Government agencies are hiding civic information from the public, citing the COVID-19 pandemic, at a time when they should be more transparent, not less.  ...  litigation with the agency"). public, California's Department of Health and Human Services maintains an online dashboard enabling visitors to see positive and suspected COVID-19 cases by county and by  ...  In recent years, more and more states and cities have created data dashboards that make high-value datasets accessible to the 4 For a rundown of the initial wave of state reactions, see Rachael Jones,  ... 
doi:10.32473/joci.v2i1.121552 fatcat:27ag6iadzzdf5l4cotzdukhccy

An Empirical Study on How Well Do COVID-19 Information Dashboards Service User Information Needs

Xinyan Li, Han Wang, Chunyang Chen, John Grundy
2021 IEEE Transactions on Services Computing  
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic highlights the importance of dashboards for providing critical real-time information.  ...  In order to enable people to obtain information in time and to understand complex statistical data, many developers have designed and implemented public-oriented COVID-19 "information dashboards" during  ...  Kabir and Madria [37] develop a real-time COVID-19 tweet analyzer, CoronaVis, which tracking, collecting, and analyzing tweets related to COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsc.2021.3114673 fatcat:5g3op6k2tzdixnm7kt2wq5wwce

An Interactive Platform to Track Global COVID-19 Epidemic

Zhenhe Pan, Dhruv Mehta, Anubhav Tiwari, Siddhartha Ireddy, Zhou Yang, Fang Jin
2020 2020 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM)  
for each countries and comparison among countries; 3) collect tweets about COVID-19 in real-time and extract people's daily concern flow; 4 ) i ntegrate b reaking n ews s uch a s fi rst confirmed/death  ...  COVID-19.  ...  CONCLUSIONS We developed an interactive platform to track global COVID-19 in real-time, at the same time, we monitor multiple social media and news report platform to integrate the latest events about  ... 
doi:10.1109/asonam49781.2020.9381436 fatcat:tb47l6fkgzcjrglpiykyxnmpvu

Real-time, interactive website for US-county-level COVID-19 event risk assessment

Aroon Chande, Seolha Lee, Mallory Harris, Quan Nguyen, Stephen J. Beckett, Troy Hilley, Clio Andris, Joshua S. Weitz
2020 Nature Human Behaviour  
To provide real-time, geolocalized risk information, we developed an interactive online dashboard that estimates the risk that at least one individual with SARS-CoV-2 is present in gatherings of different  ...  sizes in the United States.  ...  The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish or preparation of the manuscript. nature research | reporting summary April 2020  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41562-020-01000-9 pmid:33168955 pmcid:PMC9127589 fatcat:adiakrsp6rh4bihtwf4o55m3eu

Real-time, interactive website for US-county level Covid-19 event risk assessment [article]

Aroon Chande, Seolha Lee, Mallory Harris, Troy Hilley, Clio Andris, Joshua S Weitz
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv  
To provide real-time, geo-localized risk information, we developed an interactive online dashboard that estimates the risk that at least one individual with SARS-CoV-2 is present in gatherings of different  ...  sizes in the United States.  ...  2032084), and additional support from the Charities Aid Foundation and The Marier Cunningham Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.08.24.20181271 pmid:32869038 pmcid:PMC7457615 fatcat:t6r53s4sdnapfbpnw2ztwvhtoe

Leveraging Informatics and Technology to Support Public Health Response: Framework and Illustrations using COVID-19

Jane Snowdon, William Kassler, Hema Karunakaram, Brian Dixon, Kyu Rhee
2021 Online Journal of Public Health Informatics  
Second, we examine IBM Watson Assistant for Citizens, an AI-powered virtual agent implemented by healthcare providers and payers, government agencies, and employers to provide information about COVID-19  ...  Effective solutions are critical to success in recovery from COVID-19 and future pandemics.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to gratefully acknowledge the contributions and support of Sheri Bachstein, Carol Bales, and Melissa Medori from The Weather Channel and Edward Cadow, Judy Kelly, Preeth Muthusamy  ... 
doi:10.5210/ojphi.v13i1.11072 pmid:33936521 pmcid:PMC8075350 fatcat:3e2wgytqlvfgpfolwz6rk2llhi

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on California farmworkers: Better local data collection and reporting will improve strategic response

Edward Kissam
2020 Statistical Journal of the IAOS  
Providing the public with relevant and reliable statistical information about the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable populations is a crucial weapon in effective public health system response.  ...  The importance of local data collection and reporting as the foundation for a national epidemiological tracking system is emphasized.  ...  Lucas Benitez of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers in Florida, for sharing their insights and expertise about farmworkers and COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.3233/sji-200763 fatcat:jmi5njc22jcsppvcurdfzvbm54

Do Stay-at-Home Orders Cause People to Stay at Home? Effects of Stay-at-Home Orders on Consumer Behavior

Diane Alexander, Ezra Karger
2021 Review of Economics and Statistics  
We link the county-level rollout of stay-at-home orders during the Covid-19 pandemic to anonymized cell phone records and consumer spending data. We document three patterns.  ...  Second, stay-at-home orders caused large reductions in spending in sectors associated with mobility: small businesses and large retail chains.  ...  4 Cities, counties, and states issued stay-at-home orders.  ... 
doi:10.1162/rest_a_01108 fatcat:qyma3hhakrhxhl5pztmfobjqey

COVID-Scraper: An open-source toolset for automatically scraping and processing global multi-scale spatiotemporal COVID-19 records

Hai Lan, Dexuan Sha, Anusha Srirenganathan Malarvizhi, Yi Liu, Yun Li, Nadine Meister, Qian Liu, Zifu Wang, Jingchao Yang, Chaowei Yang
2021 IEEE Access  
The toolset then publishes the data for public access in an effective manner, which could offer users a real time COVID-19 dynamic dataset with a global view.  ...  Although existing solutions such as John's Hopkins COVID-19 Dashboard and 1point3acres COVID-19 tracker are widely used, it is difficult for users to access their original dataset and customize those data  ...  An operational dashboard [93] has been developed and published online to represent and share the real-time global scale COVID-19 records in a visual manner with five minutes updating intervals by using  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3085682 pmid:34812396 pmcid:PMC8545187 fatcat:vg4gi7zjlreafojza5azedhnzm

Development of a digital platform to improve community response to overdose and prevention among harm reduction organizations

Kasey Claborn, Suzannah Creech, Fiona N. Conway, Nina M. Clinton, Katlyn T. Brinkley, Elizabeth Lippard, Tristan Ramos, Jake Samora, Aaron Miri, Justin Benzer
2022 Harm Reduction Journal  
Emergent themes included the need for real-time data in a dashboard designed for community response and tailored to first responders and harm reduction organizations.  ...  Systemic gaps in overdose data limit the opportunity for data-driven prevention efforts and resource allocation.  ...  Within the State of Texas, there are harm reduction organizations spread across cities and counties.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12954-022-00636-2 pmid:35658871 pmcid:PMC9164184 fatcat:xkwfniyoszclxdlmea74nixamu

Use of Science Lab Simulation During a Two-Week Virtual Biomedical Research Training Summer Camp for Underserved Minority Youth: A COVID-19 Adjustment

Adel H. Karara, Anjan Nan, Barbara Goldberg, Rekha Shukla
2021 Journal of STEM outreach  
With the inability to conduct an in-person STEM summer camp, the program transitioned to a virtual format in 2020.  ...  In post-camp surveys, 96% of the participants indicated an interest in pursuing careers in pharmacy/other health professions.  ...  for their steadfast commitment to the MADDPR Program.  ... 
doi:10.15695/jstem/v4i2.06 pmid:35047762 pmcid:PMC8765746 fatcat:hoee3blqhnf2ffk7jlylnbrbxm
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