In recent years, there have been growing expectations for the creation of new businesses and the improvement of the value of existing services by exchanging data in different fields. Data stored in-house within organizations have become a new source of innovation. While there is a high need for the value creation of data, determining the data value is not an easy task, as there is a wide range of factors to be considered, such as data pricing, acquisition cost, usage value, and update frequency. In this study, we observe communication, such as the sharing of know-hows in data exchange and analysis, and discuss the growing process of a community on the data platform. For the experiment, we focused on the data community in the COVID-19 disaster and used a unique dataset from the data platform Kaggle, which is the data analysis competition service. The results suggest that user actions differ in the discussion of the dataset and analysis. Moreover, providing topics, user participation, and activating actions in the early stages after the dataset is released are essential for forming a data community. We argue that the actions on the data analysis, such as comments and votes, are also crucial for fostering a common understanding of the data value.