COVID-19 Borescope: uma ferramenta intuitiva, escalável e flexível para compreender e correlacionar padrões de mobilidade da população e casos de infecção
Lack of physical distancing, isolation, and social interactions are some of the key factors that have contributed to the spread of COVID-19 and transformed it into this global pandemic. Combining and correlating human mobility with the COVID-19 cases being reported may help to determine possible hotspots. Further, it may also help to provide guidance on how to possibly make lifestyle changes and choices to avert/limit future waves of this pandemic or a similar one. This project aims to cope with the research problems involved in the development of a graphical and interactive tool that performs intelligent data analysis of visually selected geo-temporal subsets of collected information. As a result of the project, it was launched the COVID-19 Borescope, which is shown in Figure 1.
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