Auspice is an interactive explorer for phylodynamic and phylogenomic data—data sets that show the evolution of a given pathogen, plus other behaviours like its geographic movement.
Right now the project has been devoting a major share of its resources to help track Covid-19. You can see an example of Auspice visualisation for Covid-19, including an interactive map of disease transmission over time.
In a GitHub issue detailing the need for help, Auspice’s developers described how it publishes weekly situation reports using narratives on the spread of Covid-19, which are broken into sections by world region.
However, each narrative can currently use only one dataset as a source, so Nextstrain is looking for developers who can help expand how narratives use datasets.