Latest Data of Comfirmed Cases
[Data Source: John Hopkins and NY Times]
LSTM and SVR predictions
[Google Colab Available Here]
Disclaimers and facts
This predictions are entirely based on available data about progression of known cases around the world. This means that the predictions offerred here are based on how cases have progressed around the world. If there are unique cases that have never been seen before, the model will offer a high degree of uncertainty.
This project is not meant to be authoritative but a teaching tool to inspire students to investigate, motivate students to verify data, and ask the right data science questions. The aim is to form students that can create and design tools for their own regions and for everyone.
This project must not be used in any shape or form to guide the public's perception of where things are going with the pandemia. The models trained here need a lot features and data to be considered authoritative. However, this can certainly help anyone that has access to more data to just plug it in and not start from scratch.
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