During this project, I was able to really test the limits of API’s and what they are capable of doing. With my own imagination as the limits, I organized the data to present helpful information for users. When looking at the Covid-19 raw data it can be very hard to understand especially for someone who his not familiar with arrays. My program helps users by gathering the data and organizing it into easy to understand information. I did this by using a few different techniques I learned in my data centric class.
I used many loops to run through the data, and separate it into the useful information. For example I have easy access buttons to find results on percentage of people who died, and averages of other groups of data. The averages include deaths, active cases, and tests over all the countries. I also provided a search bar to easily find countries within the data without having to scroll through all the countries. By using this data people can make decisions on how safe they are based on the entire world. They are also given insight on the risk of death if the contract the disease. To make the user feel more comfortable I also added imagery to help with make the program more user friendly.