December 9, 2023

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The results of sanitary controls in France can be found at, however, only the current year is available… Thanks @[email protected] We can access the archives from 2017.

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First global view of the dataset:

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Around 800 controls per week, except during lock-down in 2020, and slightly less control pressure in 2021 and 2022.

Bad results (to be corrected or immediately corrected) stable at around 6% barring a recent spike in 2023?

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Bad results seem to increase over the course of the year, from June to November.

This amazing periodic phenomenon is also visible by day:

So for «when», it is: not in summer or autumn.

What about «where»? Looks like you might be too careful in some departments…

Not good in Guadeloupe, Guyane, Réunion and the southern lower Seine valley west of Paris.

Can we see more details? Using 30km kernel smoothing:

It confirms some hot-spots west of Paris in Alsace, Indre, Cher, Alpes-Maritimes and between Gironde and Landes. You are much safer in Paris and Bretagne…

Has it changed?

No real trend…

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