Covid-19 graphs of interest to me

See my github repo for code, data sources. These update at least daily.

Log plot of confirmed cases for countries, since 100 cases diagnosed. This is the data behind this dashboard from people at Johns Hopkins. Its data can be found here.

More inclusive (and cluttered) version of the same log plot of confirmed cases for countries, since 100 cases diagnosed. It wasn't this cluttered just a few days ago, though I suppose that's not really a surprise.
Same thing, but of deaths.
Daily new cases (log) since 1/22/20.
Confirmed cases within the US. The state data here and below is from the COVID tracking project, whose home page is here.
Confirmed cases within the US, per capita.
Also confirmed cases within the US, per capita, but highlighting one state, for purely parochial reasons.
Also confirmed cases within the US, per capita, but highlighting a different state, also for purely parochial reasons.
Also confirmed cases within the US, per capita, but curious how this one develops.
US confirmed cases.
US deaths.
Testing ratios for states. The hypothesis is that as tests become more widely used, the ratio of positives to total tests administered should drop significantly. The greener the state, the more they have their testing act together, though some states are red because there aren't many cases yet.
Animated version of the same thing, starting at 3/8/20. You can see states start to pull it together as they fade from red to green.
Other good sources of information: