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- Academic Data Science Alliance: COVID-19 Data Science Resources: Datasets and data collections related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- CoronaNet: Government Response Database: A dyadic, hand-coded dataset of more than 4,500 separate policy announcements from governments around the world, coded and made available by Robert Kubinec, Professor of Political Science (NYU Abu Dhabi).
- COVID-19 Event Risk Assessment Planning Tool: A map showing the risk level of attending an event, given the event size and location. A collaborative project of the Georgia Institute of Technology, the Applied Bioinformatics Laboratory, and Stanford University.
- COVID-19 Mobility Data Network: A network of infectious disease epidemiologists at universities around the world working with technology companies to use aggregated mobility data to support the COVID-19 response. Providing daily updates to decision-makers at the state and local levels on how well social distancing interventions are working, using anonymized, aggregated data sets from mobile devices, along with analytic support for interpretation.
- Covidestim: COVID-19 nowcasting: Epidemiologists at Yale and Harvard have created a series of models showing the latest COVID-19 levels county by county in the U.S. with a state-by-state breakdown featuring estimated infection rates, the reproductive number of virus, and the estimated seroprevalence.
- Imperial College London/YouGov: COVID-19 Public Monitor: Data accessible on GitHub.
- Johns Hopkins University: 2019 Novel Coronavirus Visual Dashboard: An interactive web-based dashboard to visualize and track reported cases in real-time, hosted by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE). Link to the Stata Blog on COVID-19 to learn how to import JHU data and create tables, graphs, and maps using STATA licensed statistical software (available to Yale researchers).
- Johns Hopkins University/George Washington University/University of Maryland: Twitter Data: Twitter data related to COVID-19.
- Mapping the New Politics of Care: An interactive map created by a team of researchers at Yale and Columbia universities shows areas in the US that are most at risk for poor health outcomes using a wide range of data that includes COVID-19 cases, unemployment rates, COVID-19 deaths, and formal metrics on health vulnerability.
- Our World in Data: COVID-19 Vaccinations: A new data website that tracks COVID vaccinations based at the University of Oxford.
- Oxford University: COVID-19 Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT): OxCGRT collects publicly available information on 17 indicators of government responses and aggregates the policy scores into a common ‘Stringency Index’.
- UCLA Law COVID-19 Behind Bars Data Project: Data on COVID-19 in prisons, jails and immigration detention centers, as well as pandemic-related prison and jail releases, legal filings and court orders, and grassroots and community organizing efforts.
- University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation: New modeling and analysis for the estimation of total mortality due to COVID-19 that is higher than official estimates.
- University of Washington, Seattle: State-level social distancing policies in response to the 2019 novel coronavirus in the US: A routinely-maintained data repository for US state-level distancing policies in response to COVID-19 developed and maintained by researchers at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA. Includes physical distancing, school closure and state of emergency data.
- Good Jobs First: COVID Stimulus Watch: compiles data released by federal agencies on the recipients of various CARES Act grant and loan programs.
- GovTrack: COVID-19 in Congress: Tracking Congress’s response to COVID-19, including legislative actions and information about Members of Congress who are or have been quarantined, tested positive for COVID-19, or came in contact with someone with COVID-19.
- International Center for Non-profit Law (ICNL): COVID-19 Civic Freedom Tracker: A tracker monitoring government responses to the pandemic that affect civic freedoms and human rights, focusing on emergency laws.
- International Monetary Fund (IMF): Policy Response Tracker: Key economic responses governments are taking to limit the human and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The tracker includes 193 economies.
- International Trade Centre (ITC) COVID-19 Temporary Trade Measures Tracker: A global daily update of enacted COVID-19 trade measures. The ITC is a joint agency of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the United Nations (UN).
- Just Capital: COVID-19 Corporate Response Tracker: Tracking the actions of America’s 100 largest public employers in response to the pandemic, including executive pay cuts, furloughs, health and safety precautions, layoffs, remote work, and more.
- Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) State Data and Policy Actions to Address Coronavirus: State-level information on social distancing measures, health policy actions to reduce barriers to COVID-19 testing and treatment, and additional state-level data related to COVID-19, including testing and provider capacity.
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD):The OECD is compiling data, analysis and recommendations on a range of topics to address the emerging health, economic and societal crisis, facilitate co-ordination, and contribute to the necessary global action when confronting this enormous collective challenge. Includes key country policy responses and country policy tracker.
- Poynter International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) Corona VirusFacts Alliance Data Base: A database of facts checked for mis- or dis-information about the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Semantic Scholar CORD-19: COVID-19 Open Research Dataset: The Semantic Scholar team at the Allen Institute for AI has partnered with leading research groups to provide CORD-19, a free resource of more than 128,000 scholarly articles about the novel coronavirus for use by the global research community.
- The Atlantic COVID Racial Data Tracker: In collaboration with the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, gathering the most complete and up-to-date race and ethnicity data on COVID-19 in the US.
- The Atlantic COVID Tracking Project: Daily data on COVID-19 testing and patient outcomes from all 50 states, 5 territories, and the District of Columbia.
- The New York Times COVID-19 Tracking Initiative: Interactive data for tracking trends and effects of the coronavirus in the U.S. and around the world.
- Tracking Our COVID-19 Response: Surfacing data available “on the ground” in meaningful ways for state and local leaders to act on.
- United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO): Data available on global monitoring of school closures caused by COVID-19.
- World Health Organization Data: This United Nations agency provides COVID-19 data at the global level.
- Descartes Labs/DL-COVID-19: Tracks changes in US mobility in response to COVID-19. More mobility data is accessible on GitHub.
- Esri COVID-19 GIS Hub: Maps, datasets, applications, and more for COVID-19.
- Google COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports: Movement trends over time by geography, across different categories of places such as retail and recreation, groceries and pharmacies, parks, transit stations, workplaces, and residential.
- Homebase COVID Impact Data on US Local Businesses: A tracking tool used by local businesses and their hourly employees in the restaurant, food & beverage, and retail and services industries. Measures the volume of hours worked by employees, the number of businesses open at all, and the number of employees working.
- SafeGraph Shelter in Place Index: The Impact of Coronavirus on Human Movement: A dashboard showing the percent of the population staying home (sheltering in place) each day using data about population movement from recent months based on SafeGraph Social Distancing Metrics data.
- STATA COVID-19 Resource Hub: Licensed statistical software available to Yale researchers providing a resource page on special features for the analysis of data related to COVID-19.
- Unacast COVID-19 Location Data Toolkit: Providing location data and human mobility insights on social distancing, retail impact, and economic recovery.
- YouGov/Imperial College London: COVID-19 Public Monitor: Data accessible on GitHub.
Yale University Data Resources
- Yale COVID-19 Statistics: Providing the confirmed number of COVID-19 tests and cases at Yale University based on data gathered by Yale Health (serving 80% of Yale faculty and staff). State of Connecticut statistics by county are also included.
- Yale Data Science Workshop: Providing links to a list of datasets including biological, healthcare, COVID tracking, and cell phone tracking data. (These datasets are for reference purposes only and are not endorsed by the University.)
- Yale Mapping COVID Data: Yale University is collecting and creating maps to visualize the state, spread, and impact of the coronavirus pandemic. To contribute, please submit your project proposal online.
- Yale Program on Climate Change Communication: American Public Responses to COVID-19: Drawing on a scientific national survey (N=3,933; including 3,188 registered voters), this April 2020 report describes Americans’ coronavirus knowledge, attitudes, vulnerabilities, protective behaviors, and communication needs in an effort to informat the public health community, policymakers, and the public.
- Yale School of Management COVID-19 Financial Response Tracker Visualization (CFRTV): A platform provided by the Yale SOM Program on Financial Stability that displays aggregate data from their COVID-19 Response Tracker (CFRT), which collects economics policy responses from official government websites around the world.
- Yale School of Public Health COVID-19 Modeling Projects: Faculty, researchers, and trainees of the Public Health Modeling Unit have mobilized to address the COVID-19 pandemic. This page illustrates some of their projects, publications, and public policy involvement.
- Yale University Library: COVID-19 Social Science Research Guide: A working collection for researchers looking to explore impacts of COVID-19 across social science disciplines.
- Yale University Library: COVID 19 Temporary Free Resources: Yale community access to freely available content in support of the shift to remote online teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Yale University Library: Social Science Data Resources: COVID-19: Sources for locating published statistics on topics broadly related to the social sciences, as well as numeric datasets for statistical analysis.