Understand the COVID-19 data that matters to you.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we want to empower anyone in our country to easily explore and understand the data that’s relevant to them. Using the data set compiled by The New York Times, these four interactive dashboards can filter down to just the states, metropolitan areas, or counties that matter to you. Our goal is to help you understand your local data as it changes over time, and help you contextualize your current situation within the United States as a whole. We hope you find this information useful during these unprecedented times.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of these dashboards.
START HERE BOX
Each dashboard has “Start Here” box in the upper right corner. Hover over the box to learn more about how to read the charts and interact with the dashboard.
When you change a filter, click the dropdown menu, uncheck “All”, select your items, click “Apply”, and finally click the dropdown menu once again to close it.
There is a significant amount of data sitting behind these dashboards. Sometimes the servers may take a few moments to refresh the content.
See how reported cases and deaths have accumulated over time.
Compare the situation across all states and territories.
Identify current hotspots by state and county.
Contextualize the movement of hotspots over time.
MENU & DOCUMENTATION
Review the methodology and data sources behind this series.
Learn how to make these dashboards yourself with these online courses.
Analytic Problem Solving
DATA STRUCTURES · GEOGRAPHIC ANOMALIES · TABLE CALCULATIONS · CALCULATED FIELDS · PARAMETERS · GROUPS · SMALL MULTIPLES · COMBINATION CHARTS
Designing Tableau Dashboards for Public Audiences
BRANDING · USER EXPERIENCE · INSTRUCTIONS · DOCUMENTATION · DASHBOARD OBJECTS · HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL CONTAINERS · PADDING · WEBSITE EMBEDDING
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