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Accelerating research through data sharing

COVID-19 Data & Code Reuse Competition

Who? Open to everyone, individuals or groups.
When? Submit your entry between May 15 and September 15 2021.

Data highlights

Highlights of recent openly shared data and data re-use. See all highlights

New phenomics method for antiviral drug discovery may help to fight COVID-19
New phenomics method for antiviral drug discovery may help to fight COVID-19

2021-08-02

Rietdijk and colleagues used a new phenomics approach to aid in the discovery of both novel drugs and drugs that could potentially be repurposed to fight COVID-19. Both data and code are published.

Interferon signatures in SARS-CoV-2 infected liver cells could provide knowledge for new antiviral therapies
Interferon signatures in SARS-CoV-2 infected liver cells could provide knowledge for new antiviral therapies

2021-07-06

Chen and Saccon et al. used a proteomics-based approach to study how SARS-CoV-2 infection affected Type-1 interferon signalling in liver cells. Both data and code are published.

Cost-effective COVseq method could be used for large-scale genomic surveillance of VOCs
Cost-effective COVseq method could be used for large-scale genomic surveillance of VOCs

2021-07-01

Simonetti, Zhang, and Harbers et al. have shared a cost-effective, scalable and versatile method (alongside associated data and code) that could facilitate large-scale genomic surveillance of variants of concern (VOCs).

Sample Collection Database

Registry of Swedish biobanks and sample collections for COVID-19 research. About the database

Biobanks: 18
Collections: 31
Sample Collection Database

Research projects

Overview of ongoing research projects, publications, and funding opportunities in Sweden.

Pages with recent data and visualizations on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 tests carried out at various research facilities.

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About this portal

The Swedish COVID-19 Data Portal provides information, guidelines, tools and services to support researchers to utilise Swedish and European infrastructures for data sharing. The portal is a national node of the European COVID-19 Data Portal. The portal is operated by the SciLifeLab Data Centre and partners. Suggestions, corrections, and other comments are most welcome.

Partner projects

CRUSH Covid
CRUSH Covid maps outbreaks in Uppsala County by visualizing the number of cases, test positivity, geographic distribution, age distribution, etc. Data on positivity per postal code is available for download and further re-use.
CSSS continuously collects data on COVID-19 prevalence, symptoms, and vaccinations through a smartphone app with over 200.000 users in Sweden. Collected raw data can be requested for use in research projects. Find out more about the project here.