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The Data Science Roundup on Coronavirus. [DSR #222]

Hi! I took last week off as I have been scrambling to rebuild a sense of normalcy in my life right no
The Data Science Roundup on Coronavirus. [DSR #222]
By Tristan Handy • Issue #222 • View online
Hi! I took last week off as I have been scrambling to rebuild a sense of normalcy in my life right now. Two weeks into working from home full-time without any child care and a new normal has started to set in, so I wanted to get back to it.
This week, most of the posts I’ve linked to are about the current pandemic, as it’s dominated both the mainstream news as well as the news flowing out of the data community. This is not going to be true indefinitely, but there’s great work being done right now and I wanted to share it. If you’ve found resources you love, please send them my way.
One thing I want to make a point to say before diving into this week’s issue: I am not an expert on anything related to public health / epidemiology / virology. There is a data angle to this pandemic and, as I find posts that I think are useful and relevant, I’ll be linking to them. But I’m going to be careful not to share my personal opinions on things like “what should you do?” I’m just a guy with a newsletter about data and am in no way qualified to give you advice about your health.
I hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.
- Tristan
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