Pick three different data sets and explain the information that can be derived from the data set of focus
Pick three different data sets and explain the information that can be derived from the data set of focus. Consider the open datasets at HERE (Links to an external site.)
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And analyze the data sets in detail. Having done that explains the information that can be derived from the data set of focus. Submit your project as a report that spans 1200-1500 words plus images for each area. APA FORMAT IS A MUST!!!!
Requirements: 1200-1500 words
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The first positive case of COVID-19 was found at Wuhan in 2019. The virus belongs to the family of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) (Lee & Chen, 2020). The key thing that sets the virus apart from others is the fact that it spreads very quickly. This can be evidenced by the fact that it spread quickly from Wuhan to the rest of the world. Even though the death toll was relatively high, the WHO was concerned with the true death toll due to the pandemic, in light of the under-reporting predominantly localized in Africa (W.H.O., n.d.). In line with this, they collected data to try and ascertain the true death toll. To do this, they came up with a new concept, excess mortality attributable to COVID-19, that would capture what they intended to look at.
They defined it as the difference in the total observed deaths for 2020 and the expected deaths if the pandemic was not in existence (W.H.O., n.d.). From the data they gathered, most of the countries underreported the deaths attributed to the pandemic. Regionally, the Americas with fifty percent more deaths, and the European region, with sixty percent more deaths, had the least number of unreported deaths. In 2020, the official statistics pertaining to the pandemic’s death toll stood at 1.8 million (W.H.O., n.d.). However, the WHO estimates that the true death toll attributed to the pandemic stands at three million for the year 2020…