### Mathematical Epidemiology

Spread of Covid-19

### COVID-19 Epidemiological Modelling Project Repositories

The COVID-19 Epidemiological Modelling Project uses repositories for exchange of data, models, data analysis and literature surveys.

You will need a GitHub screen name in order to use the repositories. You can register for free at

GitHub

If you like to access the repositories, write an e-mail to

markus@mathematical-modelling.science

with subject

You will need a GitHub screen name in order to use the repositories. You can register for free at

GitHub

If you like to access the repositories, write an e-mail to

markus@mathematical-modelling.science

with subject

**repositories**. You need to enter your GitHub screen name in the body of the e-mail.### Data Repository

The data repository can be accessed here:

DATA REPOSITORY

There is also a corresponding wiki which data collectors can use for internal communication:

DATA WIKI

The data repository contains at its core world-wide collected data on a national level since the outbreak of the pandemic. It should contain for each country at least the following categories:

Very useful would also be an

We also need to add

DATA REPOSITORY

There is also a corresponding wiki which data collectors can use for internal communication:

DATA WIKI

The data repository contains at its core world-wide collected data on a national level since the outbreak of the pandemic. It should contain for each country at least the following categories:

- Daily number of newly confirmed (tested) infected individuals.
- Daily number of deaths due to Covid-19 (including all cases, not just people dying in hospitals).
- Daily number of estimated newly infected individuals, (tested plus non-tested individuals).

Very useful would also be an

**age-distribution**of newly daily deceased individuals per country.We also need to add

**regional**and**metropolitan data**in order to understand the contact process better. More detailed studies and tracing methods should become more and more avilable.### Reference Repository

The references repository can be accessed here:

REFERENCE REPOSITORY

REFERENCE REPOSITORY

There is also a corresponding wiki which reference collectors can use for internal communication:

The reference repository contains references to scientific articles and news coverage of the pandemic. We have the following categories:

- Epidemiology
- Medicine
- Ecology
- Political Sciences
- Mathematical Models
- Economy and Finance

### Simulation Repository

The data repository can be accessed here:

SIMULATION REPOSITORY

There is also a corresponding wiki which simulation activities can use for internal communication:

SIMULATION WIKI

The simulation repository contains simulation codes for the pandemic. It currently covers the following categories categories:

SIMULATION REPOSITORY

There is also a corresponding wiki which simulation activities can use for internal communication:

SIMULATION WIKI

The simulation repository contains simulation codes for the pandemic. It currently covers the following categories categories:

- Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE)
- Partial Differential Equations (PDE)
- Stochastic Simulation Algorithms (SSA)
- Physiologically Structured Models (PSM)
- Agent-Based Models (ABM)

### Data Analysis Repository

This repository contains algorithms and methods of data analysis, like statistics and machine learning applied to Covid-19 data. The data analysis repository can be accessed here:

There is also a corresponding wiki which reference collectors can use for internal communication:

The data analysis repository contains algorithms and codes applied to the data from the data analysis repository. It coveres the following areas:

- Statistics
- Parameter estimation (as a particular important part of statistics)
- Machine Learning
- Topological Data Analysis