Many people have jumped on the issues related to the pandemic and promoted the data that has been available to the public. In this video, learn how to determine if data is truly for all.
- [Instructor] So if you're interested … in COVID-19 dashboards, … one of the first questions you might have … is where do you go and who do you talk to. … In this case, who has the data and who has the technology? … The answer is just about everyone. … Government dashboards can be found … at the local, state, and federal levels. … There's also organizations … that provide information, as well, … academic institutions, such as the University of Washington … and John Hopkins University, independent researchers. … In addition to independent researchers, … there are also students, as well as working professionals, … who are interested in looking into the COVID-19 data, … as well as the technologies that are currently … providing access to this information. … While on the plus side, … the number of dashboards available … can be helpful to be able to look into the information … or learn more about the COVID-19 pandemic, … knowing where to start is often the most challenging part. … Sometimes when there's too many options, …
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- What is a dashboard?
- Identifying the underlying data
- Interpreting key metrics
- Navigating the John Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard
- Evaluating the IHME dashboard
- Assessing the risks and limitations of using the dashboard