Launch “#nCoVStats Data Analysis Tool by HPI”
Global Health Challenge: 2019-nCoV Coronavirus outbreak
Just a couple of days ago, the year 2020 started when a new global health challenge approached: the outbreak of 2019-nCoV Coronavirus in China end of 2019. As seen in other pandemic situations, the global news coverage deals with the topic on a daily basis. With the provided data analysis tool, we want to contribute to an informed news coverage about the situational development.
Background: Graphical Data Exploration using In-Memory Database Technology
Researchers of the Hasso Plattner Institute designed an interactive graphical data exploration tool. It support unbiased and informed news coverage about the outbreak by exploring latest Coronavirus case reports provided by the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin and DXY in China. Therefore, you can use the tool to explore latest available case report data and to assess the developments of the past days in different graphical perspectives. The tool builds on the latest in-memory database technology. The same technology is the centerpiece of the analyzegenomes.com cloud platform for precision medicine.
Dr. Matthieu-P. Schapranow
Group Leader and Scientific Manager Digital Health Innovations
Digital Health Center @ Hasso Plattner Institute
Phone: +49 331 5509 -1331
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14482 Potsdam, Germany
Archive (no longer updated)
- Feb 20, 2020:
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE Today, #China reported a minimum of approx. 350 new #nCoV2019 cases in #Hubei region, resulting in about 525 new cases world-wide in past 24hr summing up to a total of 75.7k infected. pic.twitter.com/NeyKsd1ZGR
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 20, 2020
- Feb 19, 2020:
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE World-wide #nCoV2019 cases exceeded 75k. More than 13k cases are reported as cured and the increase within the past 24hrs dropped below 1.9k, i.e. the lowest increase in #February #hope. pic.twitter.com/9xTnSr7VVv
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 19, 2020
- Feb 18, 2020:
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE #Hubei region reported #nCoV2019 cases will exceed 60k by today, worldwide numbers already exceeded 73k. #Japan reported about 100 new cases summing up to 516, which is the highest increase outside #China. https://t.co/jTHHhlQOeC
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 18, 2020
- Feb 17, 2020:
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE Reported worldwide #ncov2019 cases exceeded 71k whilst confirmed recovered exceeds 10k. Increase of new infections continues downward trend for the 4th day, death rate remains stable at about 2%. pic.twitter.com/mkKX54XkmZ
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 17, 2020
- Feb 16, 2020:
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE That's the world perspective today. We will hit the 70k #nCov2019 cases by the end of the weekend, but infection rate within the past 24hrs is down to 2.1k. pic.twitter.com/XJn2NXzBsj
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 16, 2020
- Feb 15, 2020:
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE The past 24hrs showed just a lower increase with 2,663 new reported #nCoV2019 cases worldwide, 54k+ of them in #Hubei region. Outside of #China the number of infections increased by 22 to a total of 523.
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 15, 2020
- Feb 14, 2020: Situation in Japan unchanged.
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE After yesterday’s spike of confirmed #nCoV2019 cases, reported cases are down to about 4k new cases in the past 24hrs summing up to a total of 64k+ worldwide cases. Cases outside #China reached a total of 501 confirmed cases; numbers in #Japan unchanged.
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 14, 2020
- Feb 13, 2020: A spike in reported cases in Hubei region was reported. However, this might be the result of unconfirmed cases for days reported just now as confirmed and does not necessary indicate a super spreading event.
#nCoVStats @HPI_DE Worldwide #nCoV2019 infections spiked up to 60k as a results of >15k new reported cases in #Wuhan region within the past 24hrs summing up to 48k cases in this region. pic.twitter.com/euqpA6DWQP
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 13, 2020
- Feb 12, 2020:
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 12, 2020
- Feb 11, 2020: As of today, we also included the reported number of cured cases to provide additional insights. Furthermore, WHO decided to label the lung disease as COVID-19 from today on.
- Feb 10, 2020: We switched data source from RKI to DXY to have more accurate and up-to-date numbers.
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 10, 2020
- Feb 9, 2020:
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 9, 2020
- Feb 7, 2020
— Analyze Genomes (@AnalyzeGenomes) February 7, 2020