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We're all quickly learning that worldwide pandemics can bring out both [the best](https://www.vox.com/culture/2020/3/13/21179293/coronavirus-italy-covid19-music-balconies-sing) and [the worst](https://twitter.com/9NewsAUS/status/1236088663093608448) of humanity. But one thing has become readily apparent to me — outside of the large teams of medical professionals risking their lives right this minute, the open source community stands alone in its ability to rapidly organize in the midst of chaos to give back to the world and, in this case, make it safer for all of us.
These are just a few incredible open source projects that didn't exist a few months ago, but rapidly formed teams of dozens of contributors to fill both big needs and small niches in the fight to defeat the novel coronavirus, aka [**COVID-19**](https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html).
## [The COVID Tracking Project](https://covidtracking.com/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/COVID19Tracking/website "View on GitHub")
## [The COVID Tracking Project](https://covidtracking.com/{{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/COVID19Tracking/website" />}}
Now that Americans are *finally* starting to get tested for the coronavirus, information and statistics about the results are being released state-by-state, which has led to a scattering of primary sources across the web, each releasing [different figures in different forms](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OyN6_1UeDePwPwKi6UKZB8GwNC7-kSf1-BO2af8kqVA/edit). The [COVID Tracking Project](https://covidtracking.com/) collects as much information as possible from each local health authority's website and puts everything together in [easy-to-digest tables](https://covidtracking.com/data/), as well as [spreadsheets](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/2/d/e/2PACX-1vRwAqp96T9sYYq2-i7Tj0pvTf6XVHjDSMIKBdZHXiCGGdNC0ypEU9NbngS8mxea55JuCFuua1MUeOj5/pubhtml) and a [public API](https://covidtracking.com/api/).
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{{< image src="images/covidtracking.png" width="680" alt="The COVID Tracking Project" link="https://covidtracking.com/" />}}
## [#findthemasks](https://findthemasks.com/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/r-pop/findthemasks "View on GitHub")
## [#findthemasks](https://findthemasks.com/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/r-pop/findthemasks" />}}
This one might be my favorite, simply because of its laser-like focus on solving a very specific (yet catastrophic) problem. The United States is [already running out](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/19/health/coronavirus-masks-shortage.html) of [personal protective equipment (PPE)](https://www.fda.gov/medical-devices/general-hospital-devices-and-supplies/personal-protective-equipment-infection-control) for the healthcare professionals on the front lines of this crisis. [#findthemasks.com](https://findthemasks.com/) has gathered specific donation requests and points of contact from hospitals around the country in desperate need of basic supplies.
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{{< image src="images/findthemasks.png" width="600" alt="#findthemasks" link="https://findthemasks.com/" />}}
## [#StayTheFuckHome](https://staythefuckhome.com/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/flore2003/staythefuckhome "View on GitHub")
## [#StayTheFuckHome](https://staythefuckhome.com/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/flore2003/staythefuckhome" />}}
I figured I'd throw in this cheeky website broadcasting a simple but serious message: **STAY THE FUCK HOME!!!** If you're *still* not convinced of the importance of this "suggestion," give their ["Self-Quarantine Manifesto"](https://staythefuckhome.com/) a quick read. Now.
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{{< image src="images/staythefuckhome.png" width="600" alt="#StayTheFuckHome" link="https://staythefuckhome.com/" />}}
## [COVID-19 Dashboards](https://covid19dashboards.com/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/github/covid19-dashboard "View on GitHub")
## [COVID-19 Dashboards](https://covid19dashboards.com/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/github/covid19-dashboard" />}}
This collection of various visualizations is fascinating (and sobering) to look at. If you're smarter than I am and have experience in data analysis, their team (led by a [GitHub engineer](https://github.com/hamelsmu)) would be more than happy to [add your contribution](https://github.com/github/covid19-dashboard/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md) to the site — they're using [Jupyter Notebooks](https://jupyter.org/) and [fastpages](https://github.com/fastai/fastpages).
{{< image src="images/covid19dashboards.png" width="580" alt="COVID-19 Dashboards" link="https://covid19dashboards.com/" />}}
## [CoronaTracker](https://coronatracker.samabox.com/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/MhdHejazi/CoronaTracker "View on GitHub")
## [CoronaTracker](https://coronatracker.samabox.com/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/MhdHejazi/CoronaTracker" />}}
CoronaTracker is a _beautiful_ cross-platform app for iOS and macOS with intuitive maps and charts fed by reputable live data. Apple is [being justifiably picky](https://developer.apple.com/news/?id=03142020a) about "non-official" Coronavirus apps in their App Store ([so is Google](https://blog.google/inside-google/company-announcements/coronavirus-covid19-response/), by the way) but you can still [download the macOS app directly](https://coronatracker.samabox.com/) or [compile the iOS source code](https://github.com/MhdHejazi/CoronaTracker#1-ios-app) yourself using Xcode if you wish.
{{< image src="images/coronatracker.png" alt="CoronaTracker" link="https://coronatracker.samabox.com/" />}}
## [Staying Home Club](https://stayinghome.club/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/phildini/stayinghomeclub "View on GitHub")
## [Staying Home Club](https://stayinghome.club/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/phildini/stayinghomeclub" />}}
A bit more family-friendly than [#StayTheFuckHome](https://staythefuckhome.com/), the [Staying Home Club](https://stayinghome.club/) is maintaining a running list of over a thousand companies and universities mandating that employees and students work from home, as well as events that have been canceled or moved online. Quarantining yourself might feel lonely, but here's solid proof that you're far from alone right now.
{{< image src="images/stayinghome.png" width="600" alt="Staying Home Club" link="https://stayinghome.club/" />}}
## [Nextstrain for nCoV](https://nextstrain.org/ncov) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/nextstrain/ncov "View on GitHub")
## [Nextstrain for nCoV](https://nextstrain.org/ncov) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/nextstrain/ncov" />}}
This one is a bit over my head, but apparently [Nextstrain](https://nextstrain.org/) is a pretty impressive open-source service targeted at genome data analysis and visualization of different pathogens. Their [COVID-19 page](https://nextstrain.org/ncov) is still awe-inspiring to look at for a layman like me, but probably a thousand times more so if you're an actual scientist — in which case, the [genome data they've open-sourced](https://github.com/nextstrain/ncov) might be of interest to you.
{{< image src="images/nextstrain.png" alt="Nextstrain for nCOV" link="https://nextstrain.org/ncov" />}}
## [Johns Hopkins 2019-nCoV Data](https://systems.jhu.edu/research/public-health/ncov/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/CSSEGISandData/COVID-19 "View on GitHub")
## [Johns Hopkins 2019-nCoV Data](https://systems.jhu.edu/research/public-health/ncov/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/CSSEGISandData/COVID-19" />}}
Johns Hopkins University's [visual COVID-19 global dashboard](https://www.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6) has been bookmarked as my go-to source of information since the beginning of this crisis earlier this year. Now, JHU's [Center for Systems Science and Engineering](https://systems.jhu.edu/) has open-sourced [their data and analysis](https://github.com/CSSEGISandData/COVID-19) for anybody to use.
{{< image src="images/hopkins.png" alt="Johns Hopkins 2019-nCoV Data" link="https://systems.jhu.edu/research/public-health/ncov/" />}}
## [COVID-19 Scenarios](https://neherlab.org/covid19/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/neherlab/covid19_scenarios "View on GitHub")
## [COVID-19 Scenarios](https://neherlab.org/covid19/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/neherlab/covid19_scenarios" />}}
COVID-19 Scenarios will probably hit everyone in a different way, depending on your levels of optimism and/or pessimism right now. It uses [advanced scientific models](https://neherlab.org/covid19/about) to predict the future of the virus based on past data and future variables and assumptions you can tinker with yourself.
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{{< image src="images/scenarios.png" width="740" alt="COVID-19 Scenarios" link="https://neherlab.org/covid19/" />}}
## [Corona Data Scraper](https://coronadatascraper.com/#home) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/lazd/coronadatascraper "View on GitHub")
## [Corona Data Scraper](https://coronadatascraper.com/#home) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/lazd/coronadatascraper" />}}
Similar to the [COVID Tracking Project](https://covidtracking.com/) above, the [Corona Data Scraper](https://coronadatascraper.com/#home) has set up an automated process to scrape verified data from across the web to form massive CSV spreadsheets and JSON objects. They even [rate the quality](https://github.com/lazd/coronadatascraper#source-rating) of each source to prioritize data accordingly.
{{< image src="images/coronadatascraper.png" width="750" alt="Corona Data Scraper" link="https://coronadatascraper.com/#home" />}}
## [Folding@home](https://foldingathome.org/covid19/) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/FoldingAtHome/coronavirus "View on GitHub")
## [Folding@home](https://foldingathome.org/covid19/) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/FoldingAtHome/coronavirus" />}}
[Folding@home](https://foldingathome.org/) has been around [*forever*](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folding@home). I remember installing it on my family's home computer as a curious kid and making my father infuriated over how slow it got. But they [switched gears this month](https://foldingathome.org/2020/03/15/coronavirus-what-were-doing-and-how-you-can-help-in-simple-terms/) from using our computers to crunch various proteins and molecules in the background, and all of their power is now going towards discovering unknown "folds" in the coronavirus, which might be able to lead scientists to find better cures and potential vaccines.
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## [Coronavirus Tracker API](https://coronavirus-tracker-api.herokuapp.com/v2/locations) [<img src="/notes/coronavirus-open-source/images/github.svg" width="30" height="30" alt="View on GitHub">](https://github.com/ExpDev07/coronavirus-tracker-api "View on GitHub")
## [Coronavirus Tracker API](https://coronavirus-tracker-api.herokuapp.com/v2/locations) {{< octocat.inline "https://github.com/ExpDev07/coronavirus-tracker-api" />}}
To wrap this list up, I thought I'd include [yet another API](https://github.com/ExpDev07/coronavirus-tracker-api) fed by multiple data sources that you can use to create your own open-source project if any of these inspired you. This one is incredibly flexible in terms of [query parameters and endpoints](https://github.com/ExpDev07/coronavirus-tracker-api#api-endpoints) but they all return simple JSON responses like we all know and love.

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