We want to partner with YOU
The past months have been challenging, to say the least, as we face the new reality of this Coronavirus pandemic. In the face of this adversity, many brave people, companies, and governments are coming together to find a solution and save lives. And, we at Denodo, would like to contribute as well. Leveraging what we do well - data virtualization - we are building a Coronavirus Data Portal with the sole aim of integrating disparate global data about COVID-19, curating them, and then providing them to data consumers such as data scientists, analysts, and researchers, who can use them to find solutions to this deadly disease. But we cannot do it alone.
We would like to partner with you to (1) share any extended data sets that we can integrate and offer for consumption via this data platform, or (2) take these integrated and curated data sets, and augment your own COVID-19 initiatives.
Customer and Partner Solutions
Our partner pmOne developed pmOne Share Cockpit, a virtualization portal that provides reports based on data science. It aggregates existing and established reporting solutions and provides advanced filtering capabilities, which data scientists can use to develop algorithms to analyze global news flows, the results of which are displayed in a dashboard.See pmOne Share Cockpit
See Spectrum Health Resource Center
In an effort to measure and monitor the health of our employees, we needed to create a way for them to tell us about their own health and to provide the clinical teams and leadership with details on who is healthy and who is not before coming to work. Denodo provides us with the ability to connect self-purported health data provided by employees via an online survey with employee demographics, employee hierarchy, badge system & Active Directory data virtually. This delivers wellness information in near real-time without having to Extract, Transform & Load the data physically from source systems or run batch incremental loads. As a result, we have been able to speed up our overall build time by at least 3x and deliver the end result in weeks instead of months.
Contribute and Help Us Grow
Contributing data sets - either through suggestions or by creating derived data sets - will continue the growth of the Coronavirus Data Portal and enhance the value that fellow users are getting from using the data. This continued growth will provide more varied and richer data for all of us to use and share in our efforts to combat this deadly pandemic.
Denodo’s data stewards and data engineers have seeded the Coronavirus Data Portal with data obtained from a number of open data sources. Organizations who have shared and contributed data include:
- ABS Labor Force Survey
- Allen Institute for AI
- ArcGIS Hub
- California Health and Human Services (CHHS)
- COVID19-India (covid19india.org)
- Data Science for Social Impact Research Group (DSFSI), University of Pretoria
- Dipartimento della Protezione Civile, Italy
- European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
- Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection (BMSGPK), Austria
- French Government Open Data (data.gouv.fr)
- GlobalHealth 50/50
- Google - COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports
- Hong Kong Department of Health
- Humanitarian Data Exchange
- Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME)
- Johns Hopkins University (JHU) Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE)
- Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF)
- Ministry of Health, Brazil
- Ministry of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare, Spain
- Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Japan
- Ministerio de Sanidad, Spain
- Ministry of Health of New Zealand
- National Institute for Health (NIH) - National Library of Medicine (NLM)
- Netherlands National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM)
- New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH)
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Office for National Statistics, UK
- Public Health England
- Robert Koch Institute (RKI)
- San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH)
- Servicio Publico de Empleo Estatal (SEPE), Spain
- Statistics Canada
- Taiwan Centers for Disease Control
- Texas Department of State, Health Services
- Thailand Department for Disease Control
- The COVID Tracking Project
- The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region - Census and Statistics Department
- The World Bank
- US Department of Labor
- World Health Organization (WHO)
Denodo’s commitment to our users
Denodo has launched a collaborative initiative using data virtualization to connect and unify disparate global data about the virus outbreak. The goal is to create awareness about the disease and produce free, easily consumable, curated data sets for faster and better decision making in addressing this pandemic.
Using this data, companies will be able to, for example:
- Identify the key scientific underpinnings of evidence-based outbreak control methods.
- Recognize the importance of community involvement and global cooperation in outbreak response.
- Learn how infectious disease modelling drives strategic and operational response at the local, national, and international levels.
The Coronavirus Data Portal initiative is an open and collaborative platform developed using Denodo's Data Virtualization technology with the intent to help alleviate the ramifications caused by COVID-19. Read this brochure to learn about this initiative and how you can help.Download
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