Humaid AlQassimi

< Go back

Are We Herd-Immune Yet

Clone with HTTPS:

Written in Python, licensed under the BSD-2-Clause license

Project URL:

Mailing list: ~humaid/ (subscribe, archive)

1. Description

This is a herd-immunity tracker for the COVID-19 vaccine race in the United Arab Emirates. It uses Numpy for polynomial regression to estimate the number of doses on a chart (matplotlib).

The program is able to pull open data provided by the National Emergency Crisis and Disasters Management Authority (NCEMA)’s website, specifically the number of doses per 100 persons. The number of doses per day is stored in a comma-separated values (CSV) file, which is used in the estimation model.

The program also generates an HTML page with the latest data and graph based on template.html. There is a file, which is what I use to push the page to my server which hosts

2. Requirements

The following programs should be installed on your system.

Required pip packages are listed in requirements.txt.

3. Usage

To pull the latest doses entry from NCEMA, which will be added to the data.csv file:

$ python3 pull

Pulling the data will also automatically generate the HTML file and the updated chart.

If you want to just generate the chart and the HTML page, you can run:

$ python3 gen