Today, June 20, 2020 at 10.30pm (Western Indonesian Time), I have a chance to join Data Science Go Virtual. This is an event that gather around ~800 Data professionals/enthusiasts from all over the world.
What I like about this online conference is the ability to stay in the breakout room, mainstage, give polls, and networking. Btw, the link of agenda can be found here. And this post is intended to show you the take home summary. Hope it is beneficial for you!
First speech was delivered by Kirill Eremenko. Aside introducing the speakers of Day 1, he talked about 2020 – 2050 Global challenges we are going to face globally. What are they?
How Indonesians are moving around differently due to COVID-19 Pandemic? How their mobility trends changed for trip to workplaces, groceries and pharmacy, restaurants, parks, transit stations, or just staying at home?
Well, under the #covid19 pandemic, it’s time for us to work from home, study from home and worship at home. That advice was announced by Pak Jokowi for Indonesians (esp. Jabodetabek) on March 15, 2020. Look at this ‘spaghetti’ graph with the data sourced from Google Community Mobility Report below. Start from 15 March 2020, around +15% mobility trend changes for places of residences. (Note: mobility changes means two parameters how visits and length of stay at the places.) Around -15% mobility trend changes for places of work.
Beberapa hari lagi, tepatnya tanggal 24 April 2020, saya akan membawakan materi di webinar IYKRA. Temanya adalah Analisis Perubahan Mobilitas Masyarakat selama Pandemi COVID-19.
Berdasarkan Data PHEOC Kemkes, per 13 April 2020 Indonesia sudah tercatat sedikitnya 4.557 kasus terkonfirmasi COVID-19 dengan 399 kasus meninggal dan 380 kasus sembuh. Diperkirakan akan tetap naik lagi dari hari ke hari. Ada yang memprediksi eksponensial seperti di Amerika Serikat, atau Sigmoid seperti di Tiongkok.