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<p>The most up-to-date data files can be found in <code>Data/</code>. These are built daily (when possible). Each file is also given a sequential version number by OSF. Each zip file contains a csv by the same name.</p> <h1>Data dictionaries</h1> <h2>input database (inputDB.csv)</h2> <p>This file is in long format, meaning that there is only a single Value column, which could mean different things depending on the other structuring variables (Metric, Measure, etc). Not all rows captured in this file make it through the processing chain to the harmonized output files.</p> <p>Stable url: <a href="https://osf.io/8uk9n/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/8uk9n/</a></p> <p>Column | Type | Definition | Valid values | Examples ------ | ------- | ------ | ------ | ------ Country | string | Country name | | "United Kingdom", "Philippines", "Gambia" Region | string | Name of the region to which data refers. It could indicate either national or subnational population | | "NYC"," Code | string | location short code & date | | "US_NYC01.05.2020" Date | string | Date in which the cumulative value was reached for cases, deaths, and tests | Date format is dd.mm.yyyy | "01.05.2020" Sex | string | reported sex of the case, death, CFR, or test. | f for female; m for male; b for both | Age | string | lower integer bound of age interval [0,...104], or "UNK" or "TOT" | Values between 0 and 104, UNK for unknown, and TOT for all ages | AgeInt | integer | age group width expressed in years | integers ranging from 1 to as high as 60. If Age is TOT or UNK then AgeInt is NA | Metric | string | units used to indicate the amount of cases, deaths, and tests | Count, Fraction, Ratio | Measure | string | substantive measure recorded | Cases; Deaths; Tests, ASCFR | Value | double | numeric value of the count, fraction, or ratio reported | Any numeric value above 0 | </p> <h2>output files (Output_5.csv and Output_10.csv)</h2> <p>Output files always cover the same age groups and age range and age groups for each subset of data recorded (location and date). All data has been harmonized to count metrics, and the only values potentially reported include Cases, Deaths, and Tests.</p> <p>Stable urls: <a href="https://osf.io/5hyvs/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/5hyvs/</a> (Output_5.csv) and <a href="https://osf.io/wu5ve/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/wu5ve/</a> (Output_10.csv)</p> <p>Column | Type | Definition | Valid values | Examples ------ | ------ | ------ | ------ | ------ Country | string | Country name | | "United Kingdom", "Philippines", "Gambia" Region | string | region to which data refers, it could refer | | "NYC"," Code | string | location short code & date | | "US_NYC01.05.2020" Date | string | Date in which the cumulative value was reached for cases, deaths, and tests | Date format is dd.mm.yyyy | "01.05.2020" Sex | string | reported sex of the case, death, CFR, or test. | f for female; m for male; b for both | Age | integer | lower integer bound of age interval [0,5,10,15...100] | [0,5,...100] or [0,10,...100] | AgeInt | integer | either 5 or 10 | 5,10 | Cases | double | cumulative count of cases, rounded to 1 decimal point. | &gt;= 0 | Deaths | double | cumulative count of deaths, rounded to 1 decimal point. | &gt;= 0 | Tests | double | cumulative count of tests, rounded to 1 decimal point. | &gt;= 0 | </p> <h1>Resources</h1> <h2>Getting started</h2> <p>A small tutorial for getting started in </p> <ul> <li>R is available <a href="https://timriffe.github.io/covid_age/GettingStarted.html" rel="nofollow">here</a> </li> </ul> <h2>Metadata</h2> <p>An overview of the database contents and characteristics is given in these dashboard views.</p> <ul> <li><a href="https://timriffe.github.io/covid_age/DataSources.html" rel="nofollow">Sources</a></li> <li><a href="https://timriffe.github.io/covid_age/DataAvail.html" rel="nofollow">Availability</a></li> <li><a href="https://timriffe.github.io/covid_age/DataSteps.html" rel="nofollow">Data processing steps</a></li> </ul> <p>As we are still in the process of completing aspects of the metadata, such as definitions used, this is not yet released in web format, however, you can view a tabular representation of the metadata gathering progress <a href="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ik5RNGYP0uB9TIrV5vVF7ixYJ9y9P4N7oW9a-9Cqw6M/edit?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">here</a></p>
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