Ngā Kete is a collection of public and secured data and analytic resources, from ESR's various science disciplines.

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Ngā Kete

Ngā Kete login

Registered users can log-in here to access more data.

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COVID-19 Wastewater Testing Dashboard

The latest COVID-19 wastewater testing data from around Aotearoa New Zealand.

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EARS

Early Aberration Reporting System (EARS) is a widely used surveillance tool that applies aberration detection algorithms to surveillance data and flags anomalies to help with the timely detection of disease outbreaks.

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Éclair

ESR's Éclair is a secure repository enabling health testing laboratories around Aotearoa New Zealand to record test results for intelligence reporting.

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EpiSurv

EpiSurv is the national notifiable disease surveillance database operated by ESR. It is secure web-based application that collates notifiable disease information in real-time.

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Flu surveillance and research

In addition to tracking cases of acute respiratory illnesses and influenza, ESR experts characterise respiratory viruses and viral strains, assess the effectiveness of influenza control measures, and synthesise influenza surveillance data into intelligence.

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NEDC

The National Environmental Data Centre (NEDC) brings together environment-related data from Aotearoa New Zealand's seven Crown Research Institutes, including ESR.

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Public health surveillance

This website provides access to selected public health surveillance data and information from Aotearoa New Zealand.

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STI Surveillance Dashboard

ESR scientists monitor the epidemiology of sexually transmitted infections (STI) and examine recent trends. Intelligence reports they prepare include information on the burden of syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhoea in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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WellKiwis

Epidemiological data relating to transmission of influenza and other communicable illnessesses, gathered through the course of WellKiwis (SHIVERS) studies.

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