How to visualize the spread of COVID-19 in Italy

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Introduction

February 21st 2020. 16 Coronavirus cases were discovered in Lombardia, one of the crucial crossroads of Italy, a region where everyday thousands of people land and leave. The day after, the infected people were 60 and in the following days the first deaths were sadly signaled. In the same days, cases started appearing in Veneto too. On the 23rd, hoping to…

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Alessandro Paticchio

Alessandro Paticchio

ML Engineer | Graduate @ Polimi | Former Research Fellow @ Harvard. Former Vice President of Polimi Data Scientists.

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