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Finally! I’ve plotted cases wherein the better fit is logistic —considerably better than a simple exponential. (Thanks to Brian W.) Deaths next.It may be I am a prisoner of my own devise; but comparing bc's Andorra scatter plot of cases per day using the raw rate data suffers from the inevitable noise.
I have been preoccupied by comparing Deaths/Reported Cases for which the national ratio is ~ 3.5% compared with the Oklahoma ratio of 7%+ Not quite the same ratio that bc mentioned which I think nods to the apprehension that Reported Cases is a captive to the test supply position.
Intuitively, I think the proportion of cases to total infections is higher in Andorra than nearly all the other countries. However, this is belied by the high death rate. 29/638 ~= 4.5%.