Use this to create charts using Australia's COVID-19 data. Charts can be saved or shared by using the URL underneath the chart.
- "Start day" can be a positive or negative number. Positive numbers are the number of days since 2020-01-25. Use this for creating charts showing particular time periods. Negative numbers are days before today. Use this for creating charts showing recent data. When using negative numbers, you probably want to set the width to the absolute value of the same number.
- If all series have the same start day, the x-axis uses the date. Otherwise, it uses the number of days.
- Use "Smooth" to set the three-, five- or seven-day rolling average (setting to one has no effect). Smoothing is done such that the smoothed value for a day is based on an equal number of days before and after that day (e.g., for seven days, it includes the three days before and after).
- By default, each series is plotted with its own y-axis scale. When creating charts with comparable numbers (e.g., hospitalisations, ICU and ventilated, or the same field for multiple states), they can share the same scale by giving them the same label for "Scale" (e.g., "a", "b" etc.).
- Click the coloured circle to show a colour-picker.
The data comes from COVID Live (CC BY 4.0). Population data is from the ABS. Age data is described on the cases by age page.
This page is updated regularly with the latest data.
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