Data & Tools

Data and Tools

The All of Us Research Hub includes powerful data and analysis tools to help researchers with their work. As the program grows, more data types and tools will be available for researchers.

Release Timeline

Data Browser
Research Hub and Data Browser

Launched May 2019

Workbench
Researcher Workbench (Beta)

Launched May 2020

Fitbit
Wearables (Fitbit) Data

Expected December 2020

Serology
Unlinked COVID-19 Serology Data

Expected early 2021

Data Browser

Data Browser

The Data Browser provides interactive views of the publicly available All of Us Research Program aggregate-level participant data, including EHR domains, survey responses, and physical measurements.

Data Snapshots

Data Snapshots

The snapshots include data visualizations showing the participant cohort size and attributes, including how many participants are from groups underrepresented in biomedical research.

DATA ACCESS AND USE POLICIES

DATA ACCESS AND USE POLICIES

The Research Hub’s tiered data access levels and data use policies are designed to support our commitment to data security and participant privacy.

DATA SOURCES

DATA SOURCES

Participant data available for research include information from electronic health records, physical measurements, biosamples, survey responses, and wearables data. We will add new participant data sources as the program grows.

DATA METHODOLOGIES

DATA METHODOLOGIES

Participant data have been harmonized and curated to protect participant privacy. We ensure high-quality data for research by standardization methods.
Data counts may differ between Research Hub tools and data views. This is because we use different data curation methods for each tool to protect participant privacy.

RESEARCHER WORKBENCH

The Researcher Workbench provides tools to enable powerful analysis of Registered Tier data. Registered researchers can conduct multiple research projects simultaneously and collaborate within and across teams.

SURVEY EXPLORER

SURVEY EXPLORER

This tool provides source information for the surveys that All of Us asks participants to complete, including each individual question. Aggregate responses to the surveys are available in the Data Browser.