The Philippines frequently experiences tropical cyclones (called bagyo - pronounced /baɡˈjo/, [bɐɡˈjo] - in the Filipino language) because of its geographical position. These cyclones typically bring heavy rainfall, leading to widespread flooding, as well as strong winds that cause significant damage to human life, crops, and property. Data on cyclones are collected and curated by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

covidphdata: An Interface to the Philippines Department of Health COVID-19 Data Drop

An R package providing a coherent, robust and performant API to the Philippines COVID-19 data

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