Creating a logplot for CovidYou need to have matplotlib and numpy installed. Get the updated data for this at here by hitting the download button at the bottom of the table. You can automate this with FileIO operations.
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt import numpy as np cases = [ 1, 2, 8, 9, 16, 19, 26, 33, 41, 65, 91, 134, 188, 272, 306, 411, 511, 607, 735, 887, 1044, 1167, 1307, 1498, 1584, 1857, 2093, 2402, 2585, 2870, 3221, 3426, 3651, 3908, 4312, 4520, 4816, 5024, 5123, 5465, 5859, 6140, 6764, 6951, 7220, 7608, 8052, 8542, 8830, 9142] t = range(len(cases)) plt.xlabel("time (days)") plt.ylabel("log_2(cases)") plt.title("Log 2 Plot of NC Covid Cases") plt.plot(t, np.log(cases)/np.log(2)) plt.grid(True, color="red") plt.savefig("logplot.png") plt.show()
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