Monthly Archives: November 2020

2020-11-30 Sweden weekly covid update

to be found in this link

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Python Pandas – descriptive stats from a frequency table

Suppose you are a teacher, and want to keep track of and do some simple descriptive stats on your student’s scores in a number of subjects. So you have recorded scores in a frequency table as below: Left-most column has … Continue reading

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Covid displaced other types of expected deaths, not increased total number of expected deaths

Interesting article here

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SWEDEN Top-10 ICU transaction diagnoses, 2015-2019 vs 2020 YTD

Just pulled down minute-by-minute data on Swedish ICU-utilization, 2015-2019 full years vs 2020 YTD. A couple of observations : + “Covid” tops the 2020 list (the sole orange dot top right corner) + “Unspecified Respiratory Insufficiency” (ICD-code J34) is typically … Continue reading

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Professor Sunetra Gupta: ‘Lockdowns are a luxury of the affluent…

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GOVERNMENT CORONAVIRUS INTERVENTIONS BASED ON BAD SCIENCE

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SWEDEN Covid weekly update

Can be found here

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SWEDEN Covid Summary Jan – Oct

Let’s have a look at the year-to-date COVID-situation in Sweden, allegedly “The World’s Cautionary Tale” when it comes to COVID. Actually, most of what follows is focused on All Cause Mortality, that is, deaths regardless of cause of deaths, that … Continue reading

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SWEDEN COVID update 2020-11-09

9:th straight week of record low deaths, 17:th week of deaths below average… Details here.

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SWEDEN COVID update 2020-11-02

As last time, you’ll find the weekly update here. “Pandemic”….? EDIT: I just discovered an error in the first graph of the link above – the cumulative excess orange plot was not correct. Below a corrected version. EDIT2: Actually, the … Continue reading

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