WhereCOVID-19 Notebooks

WhereCOVID-19 notebooks map multi-scale spread of COVID-19 and assess related impacts by integrating diverse geospatial data, analysis, and modeling capabilities based on CyberGIS-Jupyter,
an innovative cyberGIS framework for conducting data-intensive, reproducible, and scalable geospatial analytics using Jupyter Notebooks as the primary user environment.

Rapidly Measuring Spatial Accessibility of COVID-19 Healthcare Resources: A Case ...
Author(s): Jeon-Young Kang, Alexander Michels, Fanzheng Lyu, Shaohua Wang, Nelson Agbodo, Vincent Freeman, Shaowen Wang

This aims to measure spatial access for people to hospitals in Illinois The spatial accessibility is measured by the use of an enhanced two-step floating catchment area (E2FCA) method, which is an ...

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Spatial Correlation Analytics Between Population and COVID-19 Confirmed Cases in ...
Author(s): Chen W., and Wang S., University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

This jupyter notebook demonstrates spatial correlation analytics between population and CVOID-19 Confirmed cases in New York State We are using New York State, the US as our study area And this ...

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COVID-19 Choropleth Maps
Author(s): Padmanabhan A., University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

In this notebook, we are doing a simple visualization creating Choropleth Maps at the county level For this example, we are using data released by Johns Hopkins University ...

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A Reproducible and Replicable Spatially Explicit Agent-Based Model Using CyberGIS-Jupyter: ...
Author(s): Michels A., Kang J., Werner A., Lieberthal B., Wang C., Vance M., and Yi L.

This notebook walks through how to acquire the necessary geospatial, health, and sociological data required to create a spatially-explicit agent-based model of influenza spread Using the Queen-Anne ...

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The Context Makes the Difference: Reproducibility and Replicability in Measures ...
Author(s): Jiang Y., Park J, Lafferty D., Bowlick F., Zhang X., Timmons A.

This notebook demonstrates a study on food accessibility addressing two research questions: 1) what is the service area of particular grocery stores and 2) what impact do individual user preferences ...

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