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Welcome to EpiCube, a repository of epidemiological data spanning multiple therapy areas, diseases, attributes and countries.

Why is EpiCube of interest to me?

EpiCube provides you with a wealth of prevalent or incident based epidemiological data. EpiCube currently covers over 200 diseases across 50+ countries with nearly 10,000 subpopulations – providing a wealth of opportunity.

This can be used to help feed into your forecasting process and/or shared with other teams for internal use.

What does EpiCube cover?

We have structured the dataset so that you can interrogate it by specific disease, multiple diseases, specific attribute or multiple attributes. You can also select the specific geography you are interested in (either by region or specific country) and also the ages and genders that you are specifically interested in.

You can then view the results of your selection and the specific details that you would have access to in the data based on the selections you have made, before going any further.

How do I take a look at the data?

Simply use the ‘enquiry form’ to interrogate EpiCube and see what data is available. Using the same form, you can also take a look at a ‘’ Power BI report to help you understand how the data is typically provided and the level of interaction you have with the data.

How do I access the data?

Once you have completed the ‘enquiry form’ and you are happy with the data that you would be getting, simply contact the J+D team using the ‘Contact Us’ button to the right and we will process your request and generate the specific data report that you are looking for.

We will send you the data usually in a Power BI report – you do not need to have a Power BI licence and the data sitting within the report can be easily extracted in Excel should you need to do so.

Alternatively, we can send the data in Excel format for you to undertake your own analysis and manipulation – whichever suits you best.

How do I get started?

Simply use the ‘enquiry form’ to start delving into the available data.

Alternatively, click on the therapy areas on the left to see the diseases that are covered in EpiCube.