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US data files missing #1428

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ParkerR-ThompsonDryers opened this issue Mar 24, 2020 · 8 comments
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US data files missing #1428

ParkerR-ThompsonDryers opened this issue Mar 24, 2020 · 8 comments

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@ParkerR-ThompsonDryers
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ParkerR-ThompsonDryers commented Mar 24, 2020

I see mention in previous issues that data for the US will now be updated in separate files, and will be delineated by state and county. I cannot find those files anywhere.

@MEM-TEK
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MEM-TEK commented Mar 24, 2020

Look in the csse_covid_19_daily_reports folder.

@johncdavis200
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johncdavis200 commented Mar 24, 2020

When are the time_series_covid19_confirmed_US.csv and time_series_covid19_deaths_US.csv files going to be delivered? and are they going to be in the same location as the global data?

@ParkerRobb
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ParkerRobb commented Mar 24, 2020

Look in the csse_covid_19_daily_reports folder.

@MEM-TEK I'm talking about this paragraph from #1250

Three new time series tables will be added for the US. The first two will be the confirmed cases and deaths, reported at the county level. The third, number of tests conducted, will be reported at the state level. These new tables will be named time_series_covid19_confirmed_US.csv, time_series_covid19_deaths_US.csv, time_series_covid19_testing_US.csv, respectively.

These files are nowhere to be found.

@jdtsmith
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jdtsmith commented Mar 24, 2020

Yes, those files are critically needed for tracking state-by-state growth trajectory.

@theronrr
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theronrr commented Mar 24, 2020

@kondis
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kondis commented Mar 24, 2020

#1426

@k2xl
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k2xl commented Mar 24, 2020

Okay, an update for anyone reading this - all of these referenced issues don't really answer the original question.

Here's the status from what I can tell:

  1. time_series_covid19_confirmed_US.csv and time_series_covid19_deaths_US do not exist right now in the repo
  2. Yes, the US state/county data exists in the daily reports, but it doesn't seem like it goes back to the beginning. So add terms of change #1 would be the ideal fit because everyone could just join that with the original CSV file
  3. Recovered data is no longer around because the data isn't reliable. Yes that means you can't plot the recovered data. Yes that means you can't "infer" active cases by subtracting recovered from confirmed (I had to remove it from my website https://covidtrend.com)

So the original question still needs to be answered, when are these two files going to get uploaded?

@jyelon
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jyelon commented Mar 30, 2020

Guys, this is a real issue. The US timeseries data is entirely inaccessible. It's valuable data! Please don't ignore this.

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