OxCOVID19 Project aims to increase our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic and elaborate possible strategies to reduce the impact on the society through the combined power of Statistical, Mathematical Modelling and Machine Learning techniques.
OxCOVID19 Database is a large, single-centre, multimodal relational database consisting of information (using acknowledged Sources) related to COVID-19 pandemic. OxCOVID19 Database is currenlty comprised of six tables: EPIDEMIOLOGY, GOVERNMENT_RESPONSE, COUNTRY_STATISTICS, MOBILITY, WEATHER and ADMINISTRATIVE_DIVISION. Read more about the Data Structure and Sources; and how to access the data below.
If you find OxCOVID19 Database useful please cite+:
Adam Mahdi, Piotr Błaszczyk, Paweł Dłotko, Dario Salvi, Tak-Shing Chan, John Harvey, Davide Gurnari, Yue Wu, Ahmad Farhat, Niklas Hellmer, Alexander Zarebski, Bernie Hogan, Lionel Tarassenko, Oxford COVID-19 Database: a multimodal data repository for better understanding the global impact of COVID-19. University of Oxford, 2020.
The project is coordinated by researchers from the University of Oxford; however, contributions from around the world are welcome and much appreciated. If you would like to help, please get in touch: Adam Mahdi (email@example.com).
oxcovid19, developed by the CoMo Consortium.
The interfaces with a are recommended for accessing the latest and most complete data. The whole database is available via the PostgreSQL database with only a subset available as CSV files on GitHub and in the FigShare snapshot.
Examples of how to load and query OxCOVID19 Database and make simple visualisations in Jupyter notebook (Python). For more examples see our GitHub example repository. Feel free to get in touch if you would like to suggest or send us an informative visualisation usign OxCOVID19 Database.
Some regions have undergone name changes since the last release of the GADM database. In our database we follow exactly the GID and names as given in GADM. This is merely to guarantee a standard way of relating data. In no case is this choice a manifestation of any political views by us or our universities.