Cases “As Is” is created by combining Pillar 1 and 2 tests to create an estimate of the confirmed cases rate per 100,000 population for the given week.
COVID tests in the UK are carried out through a number of different routes named PILLAR 1 to 4.
The cases model for COVID Pillar 1 and 2 is an estimate of the confirmed cases rate per 100,000 population for the given week.
Average Daily Infection Rate or R-values have been calculated at various time points at the "parent" geographic level where confirmed COVID-19 cases statistics are published.
Well-Known text (WKT) geometries are used in the OGC specifications and are present in applications that implement them such as DoordaSpatial.
The COVID Measure estimate contains two datasets, future estimated risk and the current death ratio. Both datasets are available in Insights Health.
COVID Infection estimates include Time Adjusted and As Is estimates. Both datasets are available in our Insights Health product.
The term “life expectancy” refers to the number of years a person can expect to live. This data is available in Insights Health.
Biological Age is defined as the chronological population age with the same life expectancy. The data is available in Insights Health.
Smoking Propensity is an estimate of the percentage of residents in a location who smoke. This data is available as part of our Insights Health model.
Obesity Propensity estimates the percentage of the local population which could be defined as Obese. This data is available in our Insights Health model.
The Standardised Mortality Ratio (SMR) is the ratio of our modelled death rate divided by lifetable death rate as presented in our Insights Health model.