Estimating the Number of SARS-CoV-2 Infections and the Impact of Mitigation Policies
Harvard Data Science Review article uses the least unreliable source of pandemic data: reported deaths.
HRDAG’s Year in Review: 2020
Violence in Blue: The 2020 Update
Granta article about homicides committed by police in the United States.
How much faith can we place in coronavirus antibody tests?
Granta article explains the science.
Learning to Learn: Reflections on My Time at HRDAG
How to Become a Data Scientist: My Lessons at HRDAG
Welcoming Our New Foundation Relations and Strategy Lead
How Many People Will Get Covid-19?
two articles in Significance that add depth to discussions around infection rates.
A Model to Estimate SARS-CoV-2-Positive Americans
built a model for estimating the true number of positives, using what we have determined to be the most reliable datasets—deaths.
Epidemiology has theories. We should study them.
Welcoming Our New Statistician
Uncertainty in COVID Fatality Rates
Granta article, HRDAG explains that neither the infectiousness nor the deadliness of the disease is set in stone.