Making Sense of COVID-19 Data

In the current pandemic, decision-makers are confronted with enormous amounts of COVID-19 data, produced by organizations such as Johns Hopkins University, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the COVID Tracking Project, and a range of others.  In this fast-moving environment, it can be difficult to determine what information to trust and how data can be interpreted and contextualized for your specific use.

This paper covers some basics of how to assess data and its relevance to become more savvy consumers of data and information.

Washington Post COVID-19 Map


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