COVID-19 data is now available in our local DataHub DISQOVER

Data catalogue DataHub enriched with COVID-19 data

Published on 02 Jul 2020

DataHub is happy to announce that COVID-19 data is now available in the local DataHub DISQOVER instance.

The collective worldwide knowledge about the COVID-19 virus and how to mitigate it is growing every day. Therefore ONTOFORCE, the provider of DISQOVER, has launched a beta release of DISQOVER COVID-19 Edition. This coronavirus-specific edition aims to improve the organisation, integration and accessibility of rapidly evolving information related to the COVID-19 pandemic. DataHub worked hard, together with ONTOFORCE, to integrate the COVID-19 data into our local DISQOVER instance, so you can now search across linked COVID-19 data yourself.

Up-to-date information related to COVID-19 research

The DISQOVER COVID-19 Edition brings together siloed knowledge as it emerges around the world into one place. As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, it can become a full-time job to keep up with the latest developments, and the risk of making decisions on poor, out-of-date or incomplete information creates more uncertainty in an already uncertain world.

Start your search across linked COVID-19 data

DISQOVER is ideally suited to integrate accurate, up-to-date information related to COVID-19 from around the world.

You can access our local DISQOVER instance online. Login to the DataHub DISQOVER system with your institutional account. You can start your search by simply entering free-text keywords or choosing one of the displayed data categories. You will find the COVID-19 data in the COVID specific categories (COVID publications, COVID patents and COVID clinical trials).

More information

Do you want to know more about how we use DISQOVER within DataHub? Please visit the DataHub portal or send an email.

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