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A Simple Coronavirus Dashboard (React, Chart.js, and BootstrapTable)

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A Simple Coronavirus Dashboard (React, Chart.js, and BootstrapTable)

Check out a simple Coronavirus dashboard created with React, Chart.js, and BoostrapTable.

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I've recently open-sourced a new Coronavirus (COVID-19) Dashboard, which shows the dynamics (the curvature of the graph) of Сoronavirus distribution per country.

Reasoning

The reason for creating a new dashboard was to complement the well-known JHU Dashboard (which is made by Johns Hopkins CSSE) with the feature of seeing the charts with the number of COVID-19 confirmed/recovered/deaths use-cases per country.

Basically, I personally had a question like: "What about the Netherlands/Ukraine?", "Is the virus spread (growth factor) slowing down?", "How I can compare the recovered/deaths dynamics per-country?", "Which countries are doing the proper things to slow down the growth-factor".

Here is what the main functionality looks like:

Data Source and Tech-Stack

The dashboard uses COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository by Johns Hopkins CSSE as a data source.

Front-end wise I've tried to make it as simple as possible, therefore, the dashboard uses a pure React.js (without a JSX transpiler or CreateReactApp starter). To display the data, I've used Charts.js to draw the chart and Bootstrap Table to display a sortable, searchable, and clickable data table.

Main Functionality

The dashboard is still raw, but it provides basic functionality of displaying the global and per-country data charts.

For example here is how Global dynamics of confirmed/recovered/deaths use-cases looks like as for March 23rd:

Known Issues

The following functionality is not implemented yet, but it would improve the usability of the dashboard:

  • Grouping the regions by countries to see aggregated statistics for the whole US, China, etc. (for now statistics for the US is split by states).
  • Resetting the regions/countries selection by one click.
  • Putting the selected filters to the URL so that the dashboard link would be sharable (with pre-selected filters).
Topics:
chart.js ,coronavirus ,data analysis ,datavisualization ,javascript ,react

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