A 55-minute documentary about Hans Rosling’s life & thoughts.
Now you can use Gapminder World – with all its indicators – from your own computer, even when you have no Internet. Just download and install the brand new Gapminder Desktop.
Today Google launched “Public Data Explorer”, a new powerful visualization tool that lets you explore, visualize and share data in a “Gapminder-like” manner. It lets you explore statistics and create “Bubble-charts”, maps, bar- or line charts, to share on your blog or web page.
Human Rights & Democracy data correlates poorly with progress in Health and Wealth.
Breast Cancer increases with income, but so does the chances of saving women with cancer.
Cervical Cancer can be prevented and treated. Today it is most common among women in low-income countries.
Is Shanghai healthier than New York? And how do Washington D.C. and Mumbai rank?
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