CRISPER Data Engine

COVID-19 Real-time Information System for Preparedness and Epidemic Response

Visit the Automatic Alerts and Dashboards.

For any technical support questions or data issues please contact CRISPER Support. Feedback is welcome at CRISPER Feedback.

The data used by the Alerts Engine is collected daily from different government sources. It is only as up-to-date and as accurate as the agencies have made available and is dependent on their updates.


All of the data aggregated here is publicly available. The value add from CRISPER is that it is collected, cleansed, and aggregated in a variety of ways. If you use the data please provide a citation to:

CRISPER Data Engine: An open access resource for the analysis of COVID-19 in Australia. Graham Williams, Haotian Weng, Jingjing Shi, Paul Konings, Colleen Lau. Published by the Australian National University in collaboration with the University of Queensland under the auspices of the Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies (APPRISE), 2021-2022.

Data Engine and Privacy

The CRISPER Data Engine can utilise both public data and private data provided by jurisdictional authorities. All private data is managed on secure servers that utilise a new differential privacy capability, RelM implemented as open source by the Software Innovation Institute. Private data is released publicly according to a mathematically rigorous Privacy Budget formulation. Such data is then accessed for use in the CRISPER Dashboards and the CRISPER Alerts through the CRISPER Data Engine.

Data and Sources

Using Our Data

The data is used by the Interactive Graphic Dashboards and the Automated Alerts.

Last Modified Tue 2022-07-12 14:40:24 +1000 Graham Williams