This was very cool.
I was working my way through my reading the other day and ran into this tutorial and worked my way through it.
Now, to be honest, I’ve worked my way through a number of similar tutorials in the past. I’ve been successful in the particular activities but ended up just deleting my work.
This one is a little different, certainly relevant, and well laid out.
Bottom line, it’s a tutorial that lets you search an online database for COVID-19 statistics and display them in your browser. Sure, you can go to a website and search for results but it’s handy just having them there in your browser, a click away.
A second goldmine find here is a link to active data to feed the program.
Of course, the data is as up to date as the last update.
I’m also thinking of Computer Science classrooms where you’re always looking for the answer to “why are we doing this”? Here’s a real-life example to work through. There is minimal internal documentation but that can be elaborated and then, of course, there are the mods.
The tutorial is easy to read and work through. Lots of copy/paste but a nice display of where the various files go in the file system of your computer.