Here is the history of the R(eff) demonstrated. The R(min) and R(max) is the range of the error ratio attributed to the kind of calculation for the R(eff). Calculation is mostly over the last 10 to 12 days, so the R(eff) is not updated every day. This is the reason the lines end before the timeline is finished. (Data Source: AGES, TU Graz)
On this chart you can see the quantity of positive tested cases per day.
The positive cases, recovered and death cases accumulated in a timeline.
The following chart is a litte bit complex. It shows the total quantity of positive tested cases, death cases and recovered people such as the current positive people in a timeline.
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This chart shows the counted up numbers of the new positive cases and the recovered cases. The chart shwos the result as a plus or a minus of the currently positive cases.
Similar like before, but it shows the difference as against the day before.
Here you see the positive cases in the opposite to the recovered cases.