IBM creates a visual dashboard using Cognos Analytics to show the spread of COVID-19
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Trusted COVID-19 data for communities
IBM released a new, global interactive dashboard built on IBM Cognos Analytics to show the spread of COVID-19 across the world. The general public, researchers, data scientists, and media, can utilize this dashboard to conduct deeper analysis and filtering of regional data.
The COVID-19 data reflected in this dashboard is pulled from state and local governments and the World Health Organization.
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