- Spring 2020 models
- Summer 2020 models
These forecasts are based solely on reported JHU-CSSE data as of the date of the model, using the latest growth rates and derivatives -- starting with an 7-day
averaging of new cases -- to project into the future. No epidemiological, political, or behavioral assumptions or models are incorporated, other than that the current
observations as represented in the data are valid into the future.
Thus, the forecasts do not attempt to account for possible changes in human behavior such as tightening or relaxing discipline, improved testing, or more accurate reporting. Those
changes might be inferred in deviations of the actuals over time from the models.
The method is as follows:
- Total confirmed cases data is collected from JHU-CSSE daily.
- New cases are computed as today's confirmed cases less yesterday's confirmed cases.
- For each country, U.S. state, and U.S. county, the backward-looking 7-day average for new cases is computed.
- The change in new cases (our first derivative) is computed as today's averaged new cases less yesterday's averaged new cases.
The change in the first derivative (our second derivative) provides the acceleration (or deceleration) of the change in new cases, and is computed
as today's change in average new cases less yesterday's change in averaged new cases.
The model is built by taking the JHU-CSSE data on the date of the model. Then, for each day after the date of the model, multiply the total cases of the
previous day by the first derivative and multiply that by the second derivative.
The first derivative for subsequent days is the first derivative of the previous day multiplied by the second derivative. The second derivative is not
For additional details see the Methodology tab.
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