Data sharing for COVID-19: Landscape Analysis Report published by the International COVID-19 Data Alliance

| 10/11/2020

We report the findings of a high-level mapping exercise to understand more about the busy landscape of data initiatives related to COVID-19.

 

 

We report the findings of a high-level mapping exercise to understand more about the busy landscape of data initiatives related to COVID-19.

There has been a huge investment in research to tackle COVID-19 in the last six months, and an ever-increasing amount of relevant data is being generated and collected.  Many new COVID-19 data collaborations and initiatives have been established across the world.

With such a complex and busy landscape, it is often difficult to keep up-to-date with what is happening, and the lack of coordination across different initiatives poses a risk of duplication.

We therefore conducted a mapping exercise to build our understanding of COVID data-related activities. We are sharing the initial findings from this internal work to help inform our partners and reduce duplication.  We will be publishing a more detailed spreadsheet of initiatives soon.

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The landscape is continuing to evolve rapidly, and this mapping is not exhaustive.  We are seeking input from the global COVID-19 community to keep it as up-to-date and comprehensive as possible. Please do get in touch if there are other initiatives that should be included, or if you would like to collaborate on making this a living review.