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How to crunch covid-19 data | The Economist

Data analysis has been crucial to better understanding, tracking and preventing the spread of covid-19. The Economist's data journalists give an insider’s steer on how their analysis and presentation of data has shaped our coverage of the pandemic.

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Find all our coverage on the coronavirus pandemic here:

See our covid-19 risk estimator:

How this risk model estimates odds of hospitalisation and death:

Find out how we built our covid-19 risk estimator:

See our covid-19 excess death tracker:

New data show that leading covid-19 vaccines have similarly high efficacy:

Evidence from Britain shows the vaccines are very effective:

The same covid-19 mutations are appearing in different places:

How the pandemic triggered America’s first female recession in 50 years:
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