This project “COVID-19 vaccinations in France” was conceived to provide French citizens and decision makers with effective data visualization on the ongoing vaccination campaign, helping to understand its evolution and impact.
Further evolution of the project expected in the following months will exploit also data about the vaccine allocations by laboratory for each department and vaccination center (Packaging unit vs doses) and the analysis of Covid-19 infection curves for those already vaccinated (1st and 2nd injection).
The project is realized with Knowage Community Edition 7.2.16, hosted on premise on 2 VMs of 4 cores and 8 GB of ram (1VM for Knowage and 1 VM for the database). The open data about the vaccination campaign are taken from opendata.gouv.fr. Data are retrieved daily and mapped by Talend jobs to feed database needed for Knowage. In Knowage, specific queries extract data from tables and power the cockpits.
Knowage is the business intelligence suite chosen for the realization of this project on the vaccination plan in France in reason of its openness and its broad utilization in the health sector. In addition, the power and functional richness of Knowage will support the next steps of this project, evolving from an analysis on factual data of a standard BI project, toward the analysis of big data and the realization of predictive analyses by integrating machine learning algorithms.
At the moment, two different interactive cockpits have been realized.
Laboratories: PFIZER / BIONTECH, MODERNA, AstraZeneca, JANSSEN
Guilhem JUERS – Data and e-health pre-sales consultant at Docaposte
“The use of Knowage Business Intelligence suite for the realization of this project was natural because of its flexibility and scalability. Knowage remains in the philosophy of SpagoBI while having greatly evolved since version 6. The power and functional richness of this suite make it possible to cover all the needs of analysis. Version 8, expected in early summer 2021, goes even further towards the direction of data management for use in self-care.”
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