COVID19 data project has ended as of October 21, 2022. I am not going to update the data anymore. It started on March 15, 2020, with a commit that included data from MOHFW. After 1115 commits and more than two and half years of data collection, it ends. Thanks to everyone who contributed to the project.
We have made updates to DataMeet’s COVID19 dataset to include new columns. Also, we have added SQLite DB. In case you like SQLing.
As you would know, Aman , Kanika Sharma , Krushna and I, maintained a public database of reported deaths resulting from the lock-down. Our take on it is published on PEW now.
UDISE+ has the most detailed datasets about all aspects of the elementary education system in India. It collects data from 15 Lakh+ schools from across India. It also has aggregated data at Educational Blocks and Educational districts. This post is about these educational blocks and districts. Unified District Information System for Education (UDISE)...
We (Volunteers from DataMeet and Road Scholarz) are recording deaths due to the lack of Oxygen, shortage of Oxygen, or denial of Oxygen in hospitals during the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in India. The deaths recorded are based on reports from newspapers and news media in English and regional languages, social media, and networks of volunteers working on the ground. We have been tracking these sources, verifying details, checking for duplication, and extracting the necessary information from these reports.
The Indian government maintains the directory and hierarchy of local governments and administrative areas in India called the Local Government Directory (LGD). Recently I wanted to map them to WikiData items. This means I wanted to map the administrative areas in the local government to items on WikiData. Update them if necessary.