With the rapid spread of the COVID-19 respiratory illness around the world, data and facts are essential for public understanding and an organized response. To do our part, Tableau has launched a free resource page that includes relevant data visualizations about the spread of COVID-19 and the public health response. We have also added curated data sources and a quick start Tableau dashboard to enable you to explore the data. Visit the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Data Resource Hub for the most up to date resources. For your convenience, we have linked to them below, but encourage you to visit the resource hub for more information.
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JHU Coronavirus Data Stream
Johns Hopkins University has taken the lead in compiling data in real-time and making it available to the public. Now though this JHU Coronavirus Data Stream we’ve made that real-time data easy to access and analyze alongside other data sources as it updates.View the Data
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We have also created a downloadable dashboard available on Tableau Public and for direct download. With this workbook, pre-loaded with a connection to the JHU Coronavirus Data Stream and including a core set of visualizations and filters, anyone can blend this data with their own to better understand the changing situation.
The JHU Coronavirus Data Stream includes reported cases at the province level in China, country/province/state level in the US, Australia and Canada, and at the country level otherwise. Drawing from the JHU CSSE github repository, this cleaned (ISO-8601 date format), unioned & unpivoted dataset is updated hourly.