Authors:Geetha Narayanan Kannaiyan,Bridjesh Pappula,
Keywords:COVID-19,Statistical analysis,Non-parametric analysis,
AbstractStatistical analysis is a qualitative research used to quantify data adapting a statistical tool. The present study is to device a time dependent non-parametric mathematical model to analyze the spread of COVID-19 in INDIA based on the statistics available. As the medicine to treat COVID-19 is not invented yet, the best possible way to break the chain of spreading virus is, “Personal Hygiene and Social Distancing”.
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