The New York Times has created a series of visualizations that illustrate the spread of viral particles in New York City subways. One visualization shows how the ventilation system circulates and filters air inside a subway car. Another visualization shows the difference in the air flow of viral particles between a rider who sneezes with a mask on and a rider who sneezes without a mask.
Visualizing the Spread of Viral Particles in New York City Subways
Cassidy Chansirik is an intern at the Center for Data Innovation. Currently, she is a student at the University of California, Berkeley and is pursuing a B.A. in Legal Studies and a minor in Education. She is passionate about the intersections of technology, education, and law and how they impact the community.
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