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AaronWard / covidify

Covidify - corona virus report and dataset generator for python πŸ“ˆ

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Features β€’ How To Use β€’ Install β€’ Visualizations β€’ Data Source β€’ Credits β€’ To-Do List


Covidify downloads the latest covid-19 data for confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries. - Creates a time series dataset - Creates a daily stats dataset - Forecast global and country confirmed cases - Generate visualizations - Filter by country - List all countries affected - Shows number of people currently infected - Generates an excel report including all of the above



  • pip install covidify

How to use

$ covidify
Usage: covidify [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...


  • use the most up-to-date data to generate reports of confirmed cases, fatalities and recoveries.

Options: --help Show this message and exit.

Commands: list List all the countries that have confirmed cases. run Generate reports for global cases or refine by country.

$ covidify run --help
Usage: covidify run [OPTIONS]

Options: --output TEXT Folder to output data and reports [Default: /Users/award40/Desktop/covidify-output/] --source TEXT There are two datasources to choose from, Johns Hopkins github repo or wikipedia -- options are JHU or wiki respectively [Default: JHU] --country TEXT Filter reports by a country --top TEXT Top N infected countries for log plot. [Default: 10] --forecast TEXT Number of days to forecast cumulative cases in the future. [Default: 15] --help Show this message and exit.

Example Commands:

# List all countries affected 
covidify list --countries
# Will default to desktop folder for output and github for datasource
covidify run 
# Specify output folder and source
covidify run --output=
# Filter reports by country
covidify run --country="South Korea"
# Show top 20 infected countries on a logarithmic scale
covidify run --top=20
# Forecast cumulative cases in America for 14 days into the future
covidify run --country=America --forecast=14


An excel spreadsheet is generated with a number of visualizations and statistics.


Logarithmic Plot

This plot shows the top

infected countries on a logarithmic scale. alt text

An ARIMA model is trained and used to forecast the cumulative cases for

number of days into the future (DISCLAIMER: the forecast is a ballpark figure, and should not be taken as gospel) alt text
Accumulative Trend

This is an accumulative sum trendline for all the confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries. alt text

Daily Trendline

This is a daily sum trendline for all the confirmed cases, deaths and recoveries. alt text

Stacked Daily Confirmed Cases

This stacked bar chart shows a daily sum of people who are already confirmed (red) and the people who have been confirmed on that date (blue)

alt text

Daily Confirmed Cases

A count for new cases on a given date, does not take past confirmations into account. alt text

Daily Deaths

A count for deaths on a given date, does not take past deaths into account. alt text

Daily Recoveries

A count for new recoveries on a given date, does not take past recoveries into account. alt text

Currently Infected

A count for all the people who are currently infected for a given date. alt text


  • Written by me (Aaron Ward -
  • A special thank you to the JHU CSSE team for maintaining the data
  • Also a special thank you to @ajaymaity for bug fixes πŸŽ‰

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