Text for a selected bloc appears below the table, graphics appear in a new page. Graphics are cluttered due to using only 10 colours. Blocs are based on provincial health regions.
There are four blocs for Ontario, two blocs Quebec, BC and Alberta are a bloc each, Saskatchewan and Manitoba are combined, the Atlantic provinces are combined to one block, and North of 60 is combined as the Territories.
The Provinces bloc shows cases and deaths accumulated into one bloc, but I will add another chunk to display testing on a daily and accumulated basis. Daily testing seems to be sporadic.
Blocs offer a flexible way to group health units. I might write some code so there is UI for users to define a bloc.
|Ontario North||graph||Ontario North||graph|
|Ontario South East||graph||Ontario South East||graph|
|Ontario South West||graph||Ontario South West||graph|
|Ontario East||graph||Ontario East||graph|
|Quebec North||graph||Quebec North||graph|
|Quebec South||graph||Quebec South||graph|
|British Columbia||graph||British Columbia||graph|
|Altantic Canada||graph||Altantic Canada||graph|
|Top Ten Population||graph||Top Ten Population||graph|
|Daily vs 7 day average|
|Latest Cumulative||Daily and Averaged Graphic|
|Data||Plot Raw||Plot Per10K|
Data taken as a csv download from opencovid.ca and grouped into blocs of health regions. Data sort is based on the Per10K ( per capita * 10,000 population) statistics, descending.
I chose 10K, as anybody who has been to a sports arena knows what 10,000 people looks like. It is half a Bell Centre crowd. It is an easily visualized number of people - a small town, a crowd at a game.
|Province||Health Region||Population||Date||Total Cases||Per10K|
|Ontario||North Bay Parry Sound||129,642||2021-06-12||477||36.794|
actual photo of the virus
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