COVID Dashboard

License

The data on the dashboards is provided strictly for the purposes of research and monitoring of the spread of the Covid-19 decease, such as educational and/or personal analysis. Any and all representations and warranties with respect to the dashboards, including their accuracy, reliability, and non-infringement are disclaimed. It is strictly prohibited to use the data for commercial or medical guidance purposes.

 

In no event and no matter the circumstances, shall the author(s) this Power BI Application, be liable for any losses, such as but not limited to loss of anticipated profit and/or revenue, loss of data, other direct, indirect, incidental or consequential losses or damages, resulting from the use or misuse of the dashboards as well as the interpretation and/or the observation of the presented data.

Privacy Policy

The Covid 19 Insights dashboards do not collect, store or process any personal data.

Data Sources

The dashboards are based on the Weekly Data provided by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) here. It summarizes the number of cases and deaths on a weekly bases and, according to the ECDC website, is being updated and published every Thursday.

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How to configure the App

After you have installed the NTBIS Covid 19 Insights application, you need to connect it to the data sources in order to get and explore an up-to-date information. You will see the yellow header show below, both when browsing the app as well as when accessing the associated Power BI workspace:

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Now click the Connect your data link. It will take you to the Parameters screen. You don't need to configure any parameter - just click Next.

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On the "You are connecting to (1 of 2)" screen leave the Authentication method to the default value of Anonymous and click Sign in and Continue

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On the "You are connecting to (2 of 2)" screen leave the Authentication method to the default value of Anonymous and click Sign in and Connect:

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That's all. Now just wait for the data to refresh.

 

By default, the associated dataset is set to refresh once per day. However, the ECDC update their data only once per week, on Thursday. Usually it is around 14:00 UTC, but there is no fixed time. It makes sense to change the dataset's refresh settings and move it to a weekly schedule. Refer to the Configure scheduled refresh Microsoft article for details how to modify the dataset refresh schedule.