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ABO/Rh Blood Groups and COVID-19: Correlations and Temporal Analysis

Authors: Claudio, Kleucio; Thomazini, Luis Fernando Viviani; Silva-Santos, Carlos Henrique da; Sasaki, Eduardo Noboru;

ABO/Rh Blood Groups and COVID-19: Correlations and Temporal Analysis

Abstract

Correlations in pandemic world are calculated between Covid-19 and ABO/Rh blood groups. The initial results from this code are shown in SSRN: ABO/Rh Blood Groups and COVID-19: Temporal Analyses Point Out Rh-negative with the Greatest Correlations . The code was implemented in R and the main file is TemporalAnalysis.R. The results are saved in the directory: Results(date of analysis)/ . The first version v0.0 has automatically downloaded data file from Our World in Data: https://github.com/owid/covid-19-data/raw/master/public/data/owid-covid-data.csv . Refactoring and others advances has been in progress. R programming was used in a structured language manner. Better practices of R programming language maybe implemented in the future. Current results (2022) has been prepared to new version of the SSRN article above. The PCA analysis is incomplete, but the preliminary results were consistent with correlations.

Keywords

COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2, ABO, Rh, blood group, correlation, R

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