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The Academic Data Science Alliance is working with partners to pull together data and data science resources related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a living list of resources and we welcome additions, suggestions, and collaborations.
COSSA is collecting examples of social and behavioral science research associated with the COVID-19 outbreak. As we work to explain to policymakers the impacts of our sciences on crises such as this, it would be helpful to know the research questions currently being addressed throughout the social and behavioral science community.
Using DesignSafe: A secure data repository and the computational tools needed to manage, analyze, and publish critical data for natural hazards research.https://converge.colorado.edu/data/data-publication
We hope that investigators will consider choosing from these tools rather than developing new ones. The source of each instrument has been verified and contact information is provided in case additional information is needed. We are also striving to provide access to study protocols/study designs and data dictionaries to enhance timeliness for end use, as well as data interoperability and harmonization. Please note, these data collection tools cannot be considered broadly validated and investigators are encouraged to perform validation studies.
Another important resource is the PhenX Toolkit: https://www.phenxtoolkit.org/covid19 which provides access to many of the COVID-19 instruments contained in the DR2 collection, but broken down into specific topic areas for improved ease of use. The PhenX Toolkit also provides recommended standard data collection protocols for conducting biomedical research.
Assembles CARES Act recipient data and combines it with information about each firm’s history of regulatory violations, previous government assistance, federal tax avoidance, and CEO and worker pay practices