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The Swedish Pathogens Portal was built to serve the community of researchers working on relevant topics and we welcome any contributions from the community or suggestions on how the Portal can help the community. Whenever there is anything that you would like to share with your colleagues, do not hesistate to share it through the Portal. We welcome suggestions for new information or edits in all sections as well as ideas for new sections that could be launched.

For example, you can suggest a dataset that should be covered in the data highlights section or even write one, you can suggest an available dataset that would be useful to others in the community, add information about your own or your colleague’s ongoing research project, share data from your project in a new dashboard, and so on.

There are multiple ways to add/edit information on the Portal. Choose any method that is most convenient to you, it will reach the Portal team. We are continuously monitoring communication channels and will approve additions or make changes as soon as we can.

Send us an e-mail

The easiest way to send a quick suggestion or start a conversation with the Portal team is to simply send us an email. Email us at where your ticket will be assigned to one of the members of the Portal team.

Contribute through e-mail

Send a GitHub pull request

All information which is displayed on the Portal is stored on GitHub. The information is stored as .JSON files or as Markdown files, making it human-readable and easy to edit. If you know your way around the web interface of GitHub or GitHub CLI, you can easily edit or add information yourself and send us a pull request.

The information for each section of the Portal is stored in a particular folder and needs to be formatted in a certain way. To make it easier for you to contribute, we have written detailed instructions for each of the sections. Moreover, you can even easily run a local copy of the Portal on your computer and see all changes live before sending them to us. If you run into an issue, send us an email so that we can help you.

Contribute through GitHub