Published: 21 July 2022| Version 5 | DOI: 10.17632/2cxkjjhrnf.5


This data is part of a more extensive dataset aimed to estimate the impacts of temperature policies on population health in the city of Valencia, Spain, in the framework of the European multi-city project PHASE (Public Health Adaptation Strategies to Extreme weather events) [1]. The data includes daily counts of all-cause mortality, excluding external causes (by gender and age groups), cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, meteorological variables, and air pollutants. [1] de' Donato FK, Leone M, Scortichini M, De Sario M, Katsouyanni K, Lanki T, et al. Changes in the Effect of Heat on Mortality in the Last 20 Years in Nine European Cities. Results from the PHASE Project. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2015;12(12):15567-83. doi: 10.3390/ijerph121215006


Steps to reproduce

The R script reproduces analysis for the temperature-mortality association in Valencia, Spain, for the study period 2001-2007.


Universitat de Valencia, Instituto de Diagnostico Ambiental y Estudios del Agua


Public Health, Environmental Health, Air Pollution, Environmental Epidemiology, Mortality, Time Series, Air Temperature