Sars-Cov-2 pandemics dashboard
In data visualization and (realtime-)evaluation, so-called dashboards gain more and more prominence. In the wake of the Sars-Cov-2 pandemics, many dashboards have been created, such as the one from Johns Hopkins University. For the visualization of daily updated data, I have also implemented such a dashboard, developed as a Shiny app using the R statistical programming language. It display various figures, and also shows cartographic representations of several measures. It is hosted under a free plan on shinyapps.io and can be found here: sebastianscheuer.shinyapps.io/dash/.
What's it good for?
Statistical analyses and visualization of trends and developments
The greater context?
Sars-Cov-19 pandemics, (geo-)statistics
Sebastian is a Geography PostDoc focusing thematically on nature-based solutions in the context of climate change adaptation and human health, natural hazard research, and with a methodological background in data science. Besides, he is deeply invested in photography and interested in astronomy and astrophotography. And flight simulators.