Problem: The Center for Disease Control (CDC) needs your help processing data about the daily number of newly infected cases, summarizing it for the entire country and creating a dashboard with daily data points that they can use to do chart technical analysis (Similar technique is commonly used by stock traders as an attempt to predict trends for a specific stock). The dashboard will aid in visualizing the success of failure of the measures in place to contain the COVID-19 virus.
Your final goal: will be to be able to produce a program in C++ that will read the source file which can be found here. Ingest the daily data in a data structure of your choice, process the data and displaying the data (character format is acceptable) as two graphs
1) No. of weekly confirmed cases vs. increment per week
2) % weekly increase vs delta of % weekly increase).
A) Daily confirmed cases
B) Daily Increment: Is the difference between the total for the day and the total for the previous day.
C) % Daily Increase: Is the same information as above but expressed as a % increase from the previous day total.
D) % Delta: Is today % increase minus the previous day % increase.
- Your C++ Program (50 points)
You will submit your program as a .cpp file properly identified to the respective Blackboard assignment. Please feel free to post any questions you may have during the class or on the Blackboard forum and I will answer the same way so the entire class can benefit from it.
For an example of the type of chart you will be creating please click here.
NOTE: You are not expected to use any C++ graphic libraries, representing the data using * is acceptable, you could also use the day number rather than a date to make it easier for you to represent the information, for example, 2/24/20 can be represented as 1 for day 1.
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