Overview of all results.
figureposted on 2022-02-04, 18:36 authored by Fleur Hierink, Jacopo Margutti, Marc van den Homberg, Nicolas Ray
Panel A shows the 17 administrative regions of the Philippines. Panels B-G highlight the individual results of the accessibility analysis (travel time to nearest facility for simplicity), reporting probability, the dimensions that compose the risk index, the risk index, and the case fatality rate. Enlarged versions of the figures can be found in S2–S8 Figs. Sub-national boundaries are sourced from UN-OCHA and openly available from Humanitarian Data Exchange: https://data.humdata.org/dataset/philippines-administrative-levels-0-to-3.
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