# Create an animated choropleth plot using plotly that analyzes a seven-day moving average of cases for some geographic unit and sub-unit (e.g. USA and states) Create a second, non-animated, choropleth...

• Create an animated choropleth plot using plotly that analyzes a seven-day moving average of cases for some geographic unit and sub-unit (e.g. USA and states)
• Create a second, non-animated, choropleth plot that shows cumulative cases or vaccinations per 100,000 people for the most recent date in the data file.
• Important: Your decision: Analyze either cases or vaccinations, depending on your data source.

Requirements:

• Find appropriate data source that includes new COVID-19 cases per day for the geographic region. (Use a direct link, not downloaded file.)
• Find a data source that estimates the population for the geographic region. (Direct link not downloaded file)
• Load both to a pandas dataframe
• Calculate cumulative cases per 100,000 population for the sub-region (i.e., state)
• Calculate 7-day moving average of new cases. (You might need to research methods in pandas.)
• PLOT 1: Plot 7-day moving average of cases on Plotly plot and animate by day (older dates on left of slider)
• PLOT 2: Create a separate plot of cumulative cases per 100,000 population. This should be for the maximum date in the dataframe and should not be animated.
• Plots will include relevant title and hover text.
• Colors will be continous scale of your choice.
Answered 1 days AfterOct 07, 2021

## Answer To : Create an animated choropleth plot using plotly that analyzes a seven-day moving average of cases...

Dinesh answered on Oct 08 2021
4-plotly-covid19-US-data/plotly-covid19-US-data.ipyn
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"Create an animated choropleth plot using plotly that analyzes a seven-day moving average of cases for some geographic unit and sub-unit (e.g. USA and states)\n",
"\n",
"Create a second, non-animated, choropleth plot that shows cumulative cases or vaccinations per 100,000 people for the most recent date in the data file.Important: Your decision: Analyze either cases or vaccinations, depending on your data source.\n",
"\n",
"Requirements:\n",
"\n",
"* Find appropriate data source that includes new COVID-19 cases per day for the geographic region. (Use a direct link, not downloaded file.)\n",
"\n",
"* Find a data source that estimates the population for the geographic region. (Direct link not downloaded file)\n",
"\n",
"* Load both to a pandas dataframe\n",
"\n",
"* Calculate cumulative cases per 100,000 population for the sub-region (i.e., state)\n",
"\n",
"* Calculate 7-day moving average of new cases. (You might need to research methods in pandas.)\n",
"\n",
"* PLOT 1: Plot 7-day moving average of cases on Plotly plot and animate by day (older dates on left of slider)\n",
"\n",
"* PLOT 2: Create a separate plot of cumulative cases per 100,000 population. This should be for the maximum date in the dataframe and should not be animated.\n",
"\n",
"* Plots will include relevant title and hover text.\n",
"\n",
"* Colors will be continous scale of your choice."
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"# installing necessary packages\n",
"#! pip install pandas\n",
"#! pip install plotly"
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"# import necessary python packages\n",
"import pandas as pd\n",
"import plotly.express as px"
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"\n",
data.cdc.gov/api/views/9mfq-cb36
ows.csv')\n",
"\n",
www2.census.gov/programs-surveys/popest/datasets/2010-2019/state/detail/SCPRC-EST2019-18+POP-RES.csv')"
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"## Data Cleaning"
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"population_df = population_df[['NAME', 'POPESTIMATE2019']]"
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"\n",
"RangeIndex: 37440 entries, 0 to 37439\n",
"Data columns (total 15 columns):\n",
" # Column Non-Null Count Dtype \n",
"--- ------ -------------- ----- \n",
" 0 submission_date 37440 non-null object \n",
" 1 state 37440 non-null object \n",
" 2 tot_cases 37440 non-null int64 \n",
" 3 conf_cases 19694 non-null float64\n",
" 4 prob_cases 19623 non-null float64\n",
" 5 new_case 37440 non-null int64 \n",
" 6 pnew_case 33437 non-null float64\n",
" 7 tot_death 37440 non-null int64 \n",
" 8 conf_death 19587 non-null float64\n",
" 9 prob_death 19587 non-null float64\n",
" 10 new_death 37440 non-null int64 \n",
" 11 pnew_death 33376 non-null float64\n",
" 12 created_at 37440 non-null object \n",
" 13 consent_cases 31193 non-null object \n",
" 14 consent_deaths 31824 non-null object \n",
"dtypes: float64(6), int64(4), object(5)\n",
"memory usage: 4.3+ MB\n"
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"covid_cases_df.info()"
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"# There are some negative value present on new case column, so we are replacing with 0\n",
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"covid_cases_df = covid_cases_df[['submission_date','case', 'state']]"
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"covid_cases_df['date'] = pd.to_datetime(covid_cases_df['submission_date'], format = \"%m/%d/%Y\").dt.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')"
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