Extracted from Curated list of coronavirus modeling resources
Videos on modeling the epidemic
Articles on modeling COVID-19
- 538 article on difficulty of modeling COVID-19
- a collection of articles analyzing the epidemic from the Einaudi Institute in Rome
- Politics of COVID 19 meta list: https://the-syllabus.com/politics-of-covid19-readings-part1/
- Article in WIRED on the challenges of modeling and policy making: https://www.wired.com/story/the-mathematics-of-predicting-the-course-of-the-coronavirus/
- Article (in French) on “Modeling the diffusion of COVID-19?” from Juliette Rouchier:
- remarks on how the agent-based community regrets not having organized a response team (because we know the limits of the models)
- discusses and compares two models, the “Washington Post” (simple) and the Imperial College model (descriptive).
- Wander Jager presents a modeler’s perspective on virus diffusion in this article on “elephant in the lab”
- “The prediction itself will have an impact on the spreading of the disease and that gives basically an additional layer of complexity to these processes.”: immergence, or second-order emergence.
- A good overview article on the longer term perspective: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/04/pandemic-summer-coronavirus-reopening-back-normal/609940/
- A NYT article on Vespignani’s network analyses estimating the extent of the invisible spread of coronavirus
- Another NYT article on the importance of ensemble modeling
- A message from Brian Nosek, Center for Open Science