UPDATE, 22nd June 2020: There has been an 80% increase in website traffic on OSi’s site in the month of May this year, when compared to 2019, as a result of Open Access to COVID-19 data.
UPDATE, 17th April 2020: Over the past week, ADAPT and OSi have worked to make this data more widely available and easier to access. In addition to the Geohive portal, the data is now available on data.gov.ie.
Dublin, 8th April 2020: As of today 8th April the COVID-19 Health Surveillance Monitor (Ireland) data that is being regularly published through gov.ie and government websites, is now available as open data in the high quality (5-star) Linked Open Data format through the data.geohive.ie portal at http://data.geohive.ie/covidData.html.
This format will facilitate easier data integration into data analysis systems and web apps being developed by researchers and app developers.
The data.geohive.ie portal has been developed by Ordnance Survey Ireland and the SFI ADAPT research centre for the publication of geospatial related data as Linked Open Data.
For general health data on the coronavirus Please visit https://www2.hse.ie/coronavirus/ for health information on the coronavirus and https://www.gov.ie/en/campaigns/c36c85-covid-19-coronavirus/ for information on the government response to the coronavirus.
The OSi whitepaper Moving Beyond the MAp is viewable here
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