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Tutorials for working with COVID-19 Data

Mapping & Spatial Analysis | Statistical Methods | Data Visualization
 

The following is a list of tutorials for working with COVID-19 data. This page will be updated as we find or create more tutorials. In the mean time, please feel free to contact us at mdl@library.utoronto.ca or via our help form if you require assistance cleaning, analyzing, mapping, or visualizing your own data, or if you would like our help finding appropriate data to use.

We developed a tutorial on recreating aspects of the Tableau COVID-19 workbook (see below).

Mapping & Spatial Analysis 

*ArcGIS Online is available to all faculty, students and staff. Simply login using your utorid at http://utoronto.maps.arcgis.com and select "Enterprise Login"  and "ArcGIS Online (University of Toronto)"

Statistical Methods

Epidemiologic Measures

Models

 

MDL R Tutorial [in construction]: https://mdl.library.utoronto.ca/technology/tutorials/covid-19-data-r

 

Data Visualization

** Tableau software is free for University of Toronto students, researchers, and instructors, by following these academic license request instructions. Everyone, regardless of academic affiliation, can use the free version, Tableau Public.

*** Business Analyst Online (BAO) is part of the University of Toronto Esri site license. To request access to BAO, please fill out this online request form.