Coronavirus Maps and Charts You can Edit and Embed

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Datawrapper has created a collection of maps and charts related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that you can edit and embed on your own website.

Where is the GIS Data From That is Used to Create the Coronavirus Maps and Charts?

All data is pulled from the aggregated coronavirus data provided by Johns Hopkins University (JHU) which is updated several times a day and is the data behind the Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE map. The data is made available via JHU’s Github. Per the Terms of Use, the data, and therefore the maps and charts from Datawrapper that use this data, can only be used by the public for educational and academic research purposes. If you are looking for embeddable maps and charts for a commercial website, you won’t be allowed to use the data from JHU.

What Coronavirus Maps and Charts are Available?

The collection of maps and charts relating to the novel coronavirus is being added to frequently. There are currently over 20 different COVID-19 maps and charts. All of the coronavirus visualizations are available on this page from Datawrapper: 17 responsible live visualizations about the coronavirus, for you to use

The top chart is a summary of the confirmed cases, deaths, and recoveries from the novel coronavirus.

Screenshot of one type of charge available from Datawrapper summarizing coronavirus cases.  Taken March 13, 2020.
Screenshot of one type of charge available from Datawrapper summarizing coronavirus cases. Taken March 13, 2020.

Here’s a list of the rest of the visualizations available at this time:

Overviews and comparison of countries

Cases over time

Maps

Embedding Datawrapper’s Coronavirus Maps and Charts

When you hover over any of the maps and charts shown on “17 responsible live visualizations about the coronavirus, for you to use” you will notice that an “Edit this chart” button will appear in the upper right hand corner.

All of Datawrapper's charts are freely editable. Screenshot taken March 13, 2020.
All of Datawrapper’s charts are freely editable. Screenshot taken March 13, 2020.

Click on the edit option where you will be walked through the steps needed to make any changes to the title, annotation, and symbology. At the end, you will have the option to fill out your email address to receive the code to embed the chart or you can login and copy/paste the code from your account.

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