Data related to COVID-19 available for Research & Development
AWS Data Exchange makes it easy to find, subscribe to, and use third-party data in the cloud. As part of our mission, we are sourcing third-party data to help academics, researchers, and the healthcare community triage COVID-19 related issues. We're working with organizations who make COVID-19-related data available from various sources, such as public records, foot traffic and business visitation patterns, economic activity, and more. Some of the COVID-19 related data products available on AWS Data Exchange are outlined below. Click here to browse all COVID-19 related data on AWS Data Exchange.
If you’re new to AWS Data Exchange, a step-by-step guide to subscribing to data products can be found on this blog, and this blog describes how you can automate the exporting of data from AWS Data Exchange into your own Amazon S3 bucket.
If you need additional data sources that are not available below or in the AWS Data Exchange catalog, click below:
AWS Data Exchange is feeding data into the AWS COVID-19 data lake. “Our team of researchers are now analyzing trends in disease spread, its geography, and time evolution by leveraging datasets from the AWS COVID-19 data lake, combined with our own data, in order to better predict COVID epidemiology,” said Jim Karkanias, Vice President, Data Science and Information Technology at Chan Zuckerberg Biohub. For more information on this public data lake, click here.
“The Domo Coronavirus Tracker uses AWS Data Exchange to programmatically feed multiple data sets from different sources through a specialized Domo connector directly into our dashboard. AWS Data Exchange augments Domo’s existing library of more than 1,000 connectors, unlocking new sources of data insight for our team and customers without requiring new code for different APIs from each individual data source,” said Ben Schein, VP of Data Curiosity, Domo.
“When the technological tides shifted to face COVID-19, the availability of GPS data catalyzed our lab’s investigation into new problems. AWS Data Exchange made access to the data easy.” said Sofia Hurtado at UT Austin System Level Design Group