Natalie E. Dean, PhD+ Your Authors @nataliexdean Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at @UF specializing in emerging infectious diseases and vaccine study design. @HarvardBiostats PhD. Tweets my own. Jun. 14, 2020 1 min read + Your Authors

I was interviewed for this story, and the reporter sent me some of Rebekah’s documentation. Sharing the details. She has built a very nice resource!

Dashboard:  https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/96dd742462124fa0b38ddedb9b25e429 

Explainer:  https://www.scribd.com/document/465272674/Rebekah-Jones-dashboard 

CORRECTION: I linked to the wrong dashboard! 😬 (Admittedly, they look similar.) Above is the official state version. Rebekah’s version is here:
 https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/7572b118dc3c48d885d1c643c195314e/ 

What I like about the new dashboard:
- Provides information about nearby testing sites
- Data are easily exportable (not PDFs)

What I didn’t understand about the new dashboard:
- Why combine PCR tests with antibody tests to get a total confirmed positive?


You can follow @nataliexdean.



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