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This[1] is their source description for Luxembourg. Following their "country profile" link from there, their source seems to be saying around 1% positive test rate for Luxembourg[2].So it's ...
show context + On: MicroCOVID: Estimate the Covid risk from your ordinary daily
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Here's the "report card" (PDF) on the app's data-gathering and privacy features, prepared by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties: https://www.iccl.ie/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/ICCL-DRI-HS...
show context + On: Ireland's Health Service Open Sources Official Covid-19 Trac
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hacker news link | site england france study
Timely reminder for everyone that there is as of yet no evidence that Apple/Google/DP3T/ExposureFramework based apps deployed in the wild actually work effectively. They've been deployed in a number o...
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You can't mention spurious linear regression without predicting the S&P500 with Leinweiber's price of butter in Bangladesh indicator.https://nerdsonwallstreet.typepad.com/my_weblog/files/datami......
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In this Google trends chart, which unfortunately has no data before January 2020, Coronavirus was not a thing until Mid of January: https://www.regenhealthsolutions.info/2020/03/21/google-laun......
show context + On: Wuhan hospital traffic, search engine data indicate virus ac
hacker news link | site germany study
Sorry, I cant replicate your result even with your link above. Is Google Trends showing the same results for you and me?There is actually a recent study that finds deviations in the Trends' results de...
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If you zoom in, "December" here mostly means 12/31, the exact day the virus appeared in public news: https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=2019-12-09%202......
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According to European surveillance data [1], diarrhea is also a very rare symptom. The authors don't have a convincing argument why this should be a good indicator for COVID-19.[1] bottom row in this ...
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There is another report that suggested mobile data indicated the Wuhan lab "was closed from Oct. 7 through Oct. 24, 2019, and that there may have been a "hazardous event" sometime between Oc...
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hacker news link | site us figures
Not to mention the PCR tests and the antibody tests got combined into "total cases" in several data sets, mucking the numbers:https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/05/cdc-and-s......
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Yes, higher dose/severity probably means more likelihood of detectable antibodies:https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.05.21.108308v1> These data show that systemic IgA and IgG production agai...
show context + On: U.S. Navy test shows 60 percent of carrier crew have coronav
hacker news link | site world table
I'll give you an honest answer, but well, it's obvious. Yes, it's a big threat, it's clear if you pay attention. It's killed more than 100k people, a lot more than an annual flue. It's a horrible deat...
show context + On: For experts who study coronaviruses, a grim vindication
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By 2023, the USGS plans to have taken high-resolution LiDAR over the entire continental U.S., as well as creating 1-meter raster elevation products. Maps like these will be easier to create in the fut...
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Also have a look at the ASTER GDEM data for elevation and water body classification: https://asterweb.jpl.nasa.gov/gdem.asp. I have managed to successfully use this in one of my own projects, but it d...
show context + On: Show HN: High Resolution Terrain Maps of Cascade Volcanoes
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ALOS seems pretty good to me (I'm a GIS noob though). They have free 30m and expensive higher res https://www.eorc.jaxa.jp/ALOS/en/aw3d30/...
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A kindred spirit! I also am a forager (from VT).The "National Map" has a lot of the available high resolution elevation data (derived from LiDAR), but not all of it. Much of this data is col...
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The data is entirely available from https://spotifycharts.com/regional including daily CSV download links since 2017-01-01.The OP submission just renders it on a map....
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> 21000 deaths is not "near zero"I'm not sure what your contrived narrative is, but actually it is near zero, far less than several other causes of death. (The annual mortality rate is over ...
show context + On: Antibody Tests Point to Lower Death Rate for the Coronavirus
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hacker news link | site new-york
There we go again. In NYC, 19 out of 100,000 people aged 18-45 died. (1)There are roughly 110M people in that age group in the U.S. so that would mean 21000 deaths if the virus would spread as widely ...
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> Without further investigation, this graph can bait people into jumping to misinformed conclusions.Likewise with the data you've linked. Submission of data to the UCR database is completely voluntary...
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