Python Project: COVID-19 - Exercises, Practice, Solution
Python COVID-19 [ 14 exercises with solution]
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Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The disease was first identified in 2019 in Wuhan, China, and has since spread globally, resulting in the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic. Common symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. Muscle pain, sputum production and sore throat are less common. The rate of deaths per number of diagnosed cases is on average 3.4%, ranging from 0.2% in those less than 20 to approximately 15% in those over 80 years old.
Data Source (Date wise) : 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository by Johns Hopkins CSSE
Data Source: https://github.com/CSSEGISandData/COVID-19/tree/master/csse_covid_19_data/csse_covid_19_daily_reports
File naming convention
MM-DD-YYYY.csv in UTC.
- Province/State: China - province name; US/Canada/Australia/ - city name, state/province name; Others - name of the event (e.g., "Diamond Princess" cruise ship); other countries - blank.
- Country/Region: country/region name conforming to WHO (will be updated).
- Last Update: MM/DD/YYYY HH:mm (24 hour format, in UTC).
- Confirmed: the number of confirmed cases. For Hubei Province: from Feb 13 (GMT +8), we report both clinically diagnosed and lab-confirmed cases. For lab-confirmed cases only (Before Feb 17), please refer to who_covid_19_situation_reports. For Italy, diagnosis standard might be changed since Feb 27 to "slow the growth of new case numbers." (Source)
- Deaths: the number of deaths.
- Recovered: the number of recovered cases.
- Files after Feb 1 (UTC): once a day around 23:59 (UTC).
- Files on and before Feb 1 (UTC): the last updated files before 23:59 (UTC).
Using above dataset we have created some exercises on COVID-19 (Spread of the novel coronavirus, Analysis, Visualization, Prediction & Comparisons
1. Write a Python program to display first 5 rows from COVID-19 dataset. Also print the dataset information and check the missing values. Go to the editor
2. Write a Python program to get the latest number of confirmed, deaths, recovered and active cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Country wise. Go to the editor
3. Write a Python program to get the latest number of confirmed deaths and recovered people of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases Country/Region - Province/State wise.Go to the editor
4. Write a Python program to get the Chinese province wise cases of confirmed, deaths and recovered cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Go to the editor
5. Write a Python program to get the latest country wise deaths cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Go to the editor
6. Write a Python program to list countries with no cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) recovered. Go to the editor
7. Write a Python program to list countries with all cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) died. Go to the editor
8. Write a Python program to list countries with all cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) recovered. Go to the editor
9. Write a Python program to get the top 10 countries data (Last Update, Country/Region, Confirmed, Deaths, Recovered) of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Go to the editor
10. Write a Python program to create a plot (lines) of total deaths, confirmed, recovered and active cases Country wise where deaths greater than 150. Go to the editor
11. Write a Python program to visualize the state/province wise death cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in USA. Go to the editor
12. Write a Python program to visualize the state/province wise Active cases of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in USA. Go to the editor
13. Write a Python program to visualize the state/province wise combine number of confirmed, deaths, recovered, active Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in USA. Go to the editor
14. Write a Python program to visualize Worldwide Confirmed Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases over time. Go to the editor
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Python: How to install pip on Windows?
Python 2.7.9+ and 3.4+
Good news! Python 3.4 (released March 2014) and Python 2.7.9 (released December 2014) ship with Pip. This is the best feature of any Python release. It makes the community's wealth of libraries accessible to everyone. Newbies are no longer excluded from using community libraries by the prohibitive difficulty of setup. In shipping with a package manager, Python joins Ruby, Node.js, Haskell, Perl, Go-almost every other contemporary language with a majority open-source community. Thank you, Python.
If you do find that pip is not available when using Python 3.4+ or Python 2.7.9+, simply execute e.g.:
py -3 -m ensurepip
Of course, that doesn't mean Python packaging is problem solved. The experience remains frustrating. I discuss this in the Stack Overflow question Does Python have a package/module management system?.
And, alas for everyone using Python 2.7.8 or earlier (a sizable portion of the community). There's no plan to ship Pip to you. Manual instructions follow.
Python 2 = 2.7.8 and Python 3 = 3.3
Flying in the face of its 'batteries included' motto, Python ships without a package manager. To make matters worse, Pip was-until recently-ironically difficult to install.
Download get-pip.py, being careful to save it as a .py file rather than .txt. Then, run it from the command prompt:
You possibly need an administrator command prompt to do this. Follow Start a Command Prompt as an Administrator (Microsoft TechNet).
This installs the pip package, which (in Windows) contains ...\Scripts\pip.exe that path must be in PATH environment variable to use pip from the command line (see the second part of 'Alternative Instructions' for adding it to your PATH,
The official documentation tells users to install Pip and each of its dependencies from source. That's tedious for the experienced and prohibitively difficult for newbies.
For our sake, Christoph Gohlke prepares Windows installers (.msi) for popular Python packages. He builds installers for all Python versions, both 32 and 64 bit. You need to:
For me, this installed Pip at C:\Python27\Scripts\pip.exe. Find pip.exe on your computer, then add its folder (for example, C:\Python27\Scripts) to your path (Start / Edit environment variables). Now you should be able to run pip from the command line. Try installing a package:
pip install httpie
There you go (hopefully)! Solutions for common problems are given below:
If you work in an office, you might be behind an HTTP proxy. If so, set the environment variables http_proxy and https_proxy. Most Python applications (and other free software) respect these. Example syntax:
http://proxy_url:port http://username:[email protected]_url:port
If you're really unlucky, your proxy might be a Microsoft NTLM proxy. Free software can't cope. The only solution is to install a free software friendly proxy that forwards to the nasty proxy. http://cntlm.sourceforge.net/
Unable to find vcvarsall.bat
Python modules can be partly written in C or C++. Pip tries to compile from source. If you don't have a C/C++ compiler installed and configured, you'll see this cryptic error message.
Error: Unable to find vcvarsall.bat
You can fix that by installing a C++ compiler such as MinGW or Visual C++. Microsoft actually ships one specifically for use with Python. Or try Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler for Python 2.7.
Often though it's easier to check Christoph's site for your package.
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