Covid-19 by county

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Covid-19 County data

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Creator Chris Byrne
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Public Sector Body HSE
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Created 3 months ago
Closed 3 months ago
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  • Chris (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    @Niall I've the CSV as rows and cols here (see credits button) -hopefully they will update this every day, https://sensorpro.net/charts/covid19/county.html

  • Chris (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    @niall CSV is available from arcgis but not sure what the correct link would be for HSE. For example, this is the CSV link from the John Hopkins University arcgis: https://services1.arcgis.com/0MSEUqKaxRlEPj5g/arcgis/rest/services/ncov_cases/FeatureServer/1/query?f=json&where=(Confirmed%20%3E%200)%20AND%20(Deaths%3E0)&returnGeometry=false&spatialRel=esriSpatialRelIntersects&outFields=*&orderByFields=Country_Region%20asc%2CProvince_State%20asc&outSR=102100&resultOffset=0&resultRecordCount=250&cacheHint=true

  • Niall (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    The raw data needs to be made available also - the dashboard is useful but does not make the underlying data accessible

  • Open Data Team (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)
  • Ilya Malyarenko (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    Taking into account massive backlog of tests, information on self-isolation figures by county would be of great help. BTW in Hong-Kong they publish this information on building-level basis. This could be an option as well to publish it granularly on EIRCODE level basis.

  • Steve Coughlan (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    This would be extremely useful in order to create informative GIS products, which are not currently being produced.

  • Adam Byrne (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    Coronovirus bad

  • Open Data Unit (Unauthenticated user) (3 months ago)

    Request sent to the HSE for consideration on 19/03/20. Open Data Team.