According to UCI, this is the first website to provide county-to-county comparisons of up-to-date key trends around coronavirus statistics. It offers color-coded Orange County maps, produced by UCI assistant professor of public health Daniel Parker, that show spatial patterns of growth in the number of cases, the number of tests and the fractions of positive tests from March through July. “There is no shortage of COVID-19-related data visualizations out in the world, but what has been lacking is a platform for easy visualization and comparison of trends in California’s counties,” said Vladimir Minin, a UCI professor of statistics who led the team responsible for designing and creating the site.
UCI launches COVID-19 trends site comparing SoCal counties
KNX 10.70 News Radio, Aug. 11, 2020
August 11, 2020