Highlights of recent openly shared data and data re-use. See all highlights
Cryo-electron tomography allows new knowledge about poliovirus replication and assembly sites in situ
Dahmane et al (2022) used Cryo-electron tomography to provide an integrated structural framework for multiple stages of the poliovirus life cycle. Data and code are shared openly.
A wider variety of data sources contribute to better spatio-temporal predictions of COVID-19 test positivity
Van Zoest et al (2022) developed and evaluated the performance of four different statistical single models and one ensemble model to predict trends in COVID-19 test positivity. Data are shared openly in GitHub.
Study by Hugo Zeberg and Svante Pääbo fully based on openly available data published open access in Nature.
Now a Nobel Prize winner!!
Data available from research groups in Sweden. See available data for all data types
Sample Collection Database
Registry of Swedish biobanks and sample collections for COVID-19 research. About the database
Visualisations of datasets as well as an overview of ongoing research on a particular question. See all dashboards
Please note: In the graphs related to wastewater below, we display only a recent snapshot of wastewater data. Please go to our wastewater dashboard for a complete view of the data available.
News about new sections or features, as well as significant milestones.
About this portal
The Swedish COVID-19 & Pandemic Preparedness Data Portal is a hub for data, tools, services, and other resources centred around COVID-19 and pandemic preparedness in Sweden.
The Portal is involved in multiple projects, platforms, and initiatives. It is the Swedish node of the European COVID-19 Data Platform. It is a pillar of the SciLifeLab Pandemic Laboratory Preparedness (PLP) Program, and is involved in the Horizon BY-COVID project.
The Portal is operated by the SciLifeLab Data Centre and partners. To learn more about us, including meeting the team behind the Portal, see our about page. We welcome contributions from the community, and will soon establish an editorial committee to increase community engagement. There are multiple ways to contribute, so please get in touch!