Gapminder Slides

Download Gapminder’s slides, free to modify and use in any way you like!

Here are the slides used in our public presentations and TED talks.

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Gapminder Tools Offline

Gapminder Offline Screenshot

This software allows you to show animated statistics from your own laptop.

You can use it without internet access
Updates automatically when new data is available


Factfulness Posters

Put this on your wall to keep reminding yourself of the Factfulness rules of thumb.

Handouts & Lesson plans (PDF)

December 15, 2016

Thanks to all Gapminders on Facebook for feedback on the previous version! We have updated the graph with the latest Read more …

December 27, 2014

This chart compares Life Expectancy & GDP per capita of 182 nations in the year 2013. Each bubble is a country. Read more …

August 31, 2012

Health and wealth for all countries. Excellent for print (PDF).

October 8, 2010

Use Gapminder World to teach global development from 1800 until today.

May 8, 2010

Stimulates understanding of the world through statistics. A good starting point for teaching global development.

February 6, 2009

Percent of HIV infected adults in all countries of the world. Excellent for print.

October 6, 2007

This exercise challenges students’ perceptions about the contemporary world.

Interactive presentations (Flash, PowerPoint etc.)

Life expectancy is a very important measure when we compare the health of different countries. Teach your students what it measures.

Use this animated presentation when you lecture about HIV.
Download to your own computer – manuscript included.

A complete package of animations for your lecture. Available in many languages.

Is the world a better place? We outline major trends from 1962 to 2003.

Från Liberia till Singapore. Ladda hem presentationen till Svenska Läkaresällskapets 200-årsjubileum.

A clickable presentation on MDG4. How fast can Child Mortality be reduced?

Arabic version of Human Development Trends. A complete package of animations for your lecture.

Karolinska Institutet awards the Nobel Prize in Medicine. Humoristic and interesting presentation of its history.

Barnadödlighet och antal barn per kvinna. Två viktiga indikatorer för hälsan i världens länder.

For the Tellberg Forum. In focus: Sweden’s historic development in health and income.

An interactive chart about gender equity (% women in parlament) in all countries.

The Income Distribution of the World over time. An intriguing visualization.

International health data for learning. Previously hosted at