Stata blogs on COVID-19
Many of us were researchers in prior lives. When we follow the news about COVID-19, we are naturally inclined to get our hands on the data and take a closer look for ourselves. In the latest series on the Stata Blog, Chuck Huber walks us through his experience doing exactly that—he imports data provided by Johns Hopkins University into Stata and then creates tables, time-series graphs, and maps to better understand how the number of cases changes across time and location.
You can follow his process here:
- Import COVID-19 data from Johns Hopkins University
- Update to Import COVID-19 post
- COVID-19 time-series data from Johns Hopkins University
- How to create choropleth maps using the COVID-19 data from Johns Hopkins University
- How to create animated choropleth maps using the COVID-19 data from Johns Hopkins University
We hope you find inspiration in these blogs as you perform your own analyses.