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  • October 12, 2018 06:36
    shihnh, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • October 11, 2018 22:38
    S Ren, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • September 26, 2018 16:01
    Meng Lee, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • September 14, 2018 15:26
    Jasper
    Changed reply in topic of Data GONE by Jasper to Hi Alannah,<br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" /><br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" />We updated the suicide rate dataset but our new source (IHME Global Burden of Disease) does not contain data before 1990. The nice thing is we now have data up to 2016 whereas before it was just 2005.<br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" /><br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" />The old source with the historical data from 1950 until 2008 (in the newest version) can be found here:&nbsp;<a alt="" href="http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/surveillance/injury_mortality_trend_tables.xls?ua=1" name="" rel="nofollow" target="" title="Link httpwwwwhointviolence_injury_preventionsurveillanceinjury_mortality_trend_tablesxlsua1" type="" value="">http://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/surveillance/injury_mortality_trend_tables.xls?ua=1</a><br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" /><br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" />We're working on getting that back in the dataset.&nbsp;We'll let you know when that has happened. Thanks for pointing it out to us : ).<br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" /><br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" />Best,<br alt="" name="" rel="" target="" title="" type="" value="" />Jasper / Gapminder Foundation.
  • July 26, 2018 16:02
    Fernanda Drumond
    Changed reply in topic of Quiz answers -Breakdown by country where applicable by Fernanda Drumond to Hi Ranjit,<br /><br /><br />Oh now I get it! I’m sorry for the confusion from my part! You said you wanted the answers, and I all the time understood that you were asking for the results! Sorry, my bad.<br /><br />You’re right, it would be good to add that in our website! Some of the data you’re asking for we have on the Gapminder Tools. By clicking the labels on the axes you can change what indicator is shown.<br /><br /><br />Question 1:<br />Here is, for example, girls primary school completion (Question 1) vs GDP per cap:<br /><a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=primary_school_completion_percent_of_girls&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2015markeraxis_ywhichprimary_school_completion_percent_of_girlsdomainMinnulldomainMaxnullzoomedMinnullzoomedMaxnullspaceRefnullchart-typebubbles">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=primary_school_comp...</a><br /><br />Question 2:<br />Where the majority of the world population lives. I would say, look on Gapminder Bubbles in which level most people live, i.e. the biggest "bubble surface" (=2 and 3). There you can see also in which level each country is.<br /><br />Question 3:<br />You can see our income mountain, that shows the amount of people in each income level, along with the poverty line. You can see tons of people move away from extreme poverty the decades went by. And you can also select by country: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=mountain" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=mountain</a><br /><br />Question 4<br />You can see the life expectancy of each country vs. GPD per capita as default in the Bubbles: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=bubbles</a><br /><br />Question 5:&nbsp;<br />In our Ages tool,&nbsp;you can see population by age in blocks of 15 years until 2100 per country, e.g. <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2100&amp;step:15;&amp;entities$show$geo$/$in@=dza&amp;=jpn&amp;=ken;;;;&amp;entities_age$grouping:15;;&amp;chart-type=popbyage" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2100step15entitiesshowgeo/indzajpnkenentities_agegrouping15chart-typepopbyage">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2100&amp;step:15;&amp;entities$show$geo$/$in@=dza...</a><br /><br />Question 6:&nbsp;<br />The main reason why the world pop will grow to 11 billion people by the end of the century is because there will be more adults. You can see that both in the tool Ages (<a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2018;;&amp;chart-type=popbyage" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2018chart-typepopbyage">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2018;;&amp;chart-type=popbyage</a>) and in this video: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/answers/what-makes-the-world-population-continue-to-grow/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/answers/what-makes-the-world-population-continue-to-grow/">https://www.gapminder.org/answers/what-makes-the-world-population-continue-to-grow/</a><br />You can also see the age pyramid for each country<br /><br />Question 7:<br />Deaths due to natural disaster. We have, for example, data on drought deaths, or on earthquake deaths, or flood deaths, etc. You need to type 'death' in the search field, then you will see the options. See for example:&nbsp;<a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2008;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=earthquake_deaths_annual_number&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2008markeraxis_ywhichearthquake_deaths_annual_numberdomainMinnulldomainMaxnullzoomedMinnullzoomedMaxnullspaceRefnullchart-typebubbles">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2008;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=earthquake_deaths_a...</a><br /><br />Question 8:<br />Where do the 7 billion people live? This map (<a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=map" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/chart-typemap">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=map</a>) helps you to visualize the population of each country.<br /><br />Question 9:<br />How many children are vaccinated. This one is more difficult to show per country, because in our tools we have the indicators separated by types of vaccines. We used to use measles as proxy for vaccines, so you can see that here: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$data=data_wdi&amp;which=sh_imm_meas&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2011markeraxis_ydatadata_wdiwhichsh_imm_measdomainMinnulldomainMaxnullzoomedMinnullzoomedMaxnullspaceRefnullchart-typebubbles">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$data=data_wdi&amp;which=s...</a><br /><br />Question 10:<br />How many years have women spent in school? You can see the gender ration of means years in school vs. GDP per capita here: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=mean_years_in_school_women_percent_men_25_to_34_years&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=mean_years_in_schoo...</a><br /><br />Question 11:<br />Tigers, Giant Pandas and Black Rhinos. We don’t have that in our tools yet. Let’s see what disagreed data is available to see if it’s possible to add it somehow in our website.<br /><br />Question 12:<br />Access to electricity. You can see electricity use per person vs. GDP per capita here: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=electricity_use_per_person&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=electricity_use_per...</a><br /><br />Question 13:<br />Average temperature of the Earth will get warmer. We don’t have data in our tools yet. Might be difficult to find desegregated data for this, but we could try :)<br /><br /><br />You’re right, a page in our website with these tools embed would be interesting. We are working on one page for each of the questions, and now we can see how to add this also.<br /><br /><br />Thanks for your suggestion and for insisting in making me understand it :p<br /><br /><br />Kind regards,<br />Fernanda.
  • July 26, 2018 16:01
    Fernanda Drumond
    Changed reply in topic of Quiz answers -Breakdown by country where applicable by Fernanda Drumond to Hi Ranjit,<br /><br /><br />Oh now I get it! I’m sorry for the confusion from my part! You said you wanted the answers, and I all the time understood that you were asking for the results! Sorry, my bad.<br /><br />You’re right, it would be good to add that in our website! Some of the data you’re asking for we have on the Gapminder Tools. By clicking the labels on the axes you can change what indicator is shown.<br /><br /><br />Question 1:<br />Here is, for example, girls primary school completion (Question 1) vs GDP per cap:<br /><a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=primary_school_completion_percent_of_girls&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=primary_school_completion_percent_of_girls&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=primary_school_comp...</a><br /><br />Question 2:<br />Where the majority of the world population lives. I would say, look on Gapminder Bubbles in which level most people live, i.e. the biggest "bubble surface" (=2 and 3). There you can see also in which level each country is.<br /><br />Question 3:<br />You can see our income mountain, that shows the amount of people in each income level, along with the poverty line. You can see tons of people move away from extreme poverty the decades went by. And you can also select by country: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=mountain" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=mountain</a><br /><br />Question 4<br />You can see the life expectancy of each country vs. GPD per capita as default in the Bubbles: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=bubbles</a><br /><br />Question 5:&nbsp;<br />In our Ages tool,&nbsp;you can see population by age in blocks of 15 years until 2100 per country, e.g. <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2100&amp;step:15;&amp;entities$show$geo$/$in@=dza&amp;=jpn&amp;=ken;;;;&amp;entities_age$grouping:15;;&amp;chart-type=popbyage" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2100step15entitiesshowgeo/indzajpnkenentities_agegrouping15chart-typepopbyage">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2100&amp;step:15;&amp;entities$show$geo$/$in@=dza...</a><br /><br /><br />Question 6:&nbsp;<br />The main reason why the world pop will grow to 11 billion people by the end of the century is because there will be more adults. You can see that both in the tool Ages (<a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2018;;&amp;chart-type=popbyage" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2018chart-typepopbyage">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2018;;&amp;chart-type=popbyage</a>) and in this video: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/answers/what-makes-the-world-population-continue-to-grow/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/answers/what-makes-the-world-population-continue-to-grow/">https://www.gapminder.org/answers/what-makes-the-world-population-continue-to-grow/</a><br />You can also see the age pyramid for each country<br /><br />Question 7:<br />Deaths due to natural disaster. We have, for example, data on drought deaths, or on earthquake deaths, or flood deaths, etc. You need to type 'death' in the search field, then you will see the options. See for example:&nbsp;<a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2008;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=earthquake_deaths_annual_number&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2008;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=earthquake_deaths_annual_number&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2008;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=earthquake_deaths_a...</a><br /><br />Question 8:<br />Where do the 7 billion people live? This map (<a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=map" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/chart-typemap">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$chart-type=map</a>) helps you to visualize the population of each country.<br /><br />Question 9:<br />How many children are vaccinated. This one is more difficult to show per country, because in our tools we have the indicators separated by types of vaccines. We used to use measles as proxy for vaccines, so you can see that here: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$data=data_wdi&amp;which=sh_imm_meas&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwgapminderorg/tools/statetimevalue2011markeraxis_ydatadata_wdiwhichsh_imm_measdomainMinnulldomainMaxnullzoomedMinnullzoomedMaxnullspaceRefnullchart-typebubbles">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$data=data_wdi&amp;which=s...</a><br /><br />Question 10:<br />How many years have women spent in school? You can see the gender ration of means years in school vs. GDP per capita here: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=mean_years_in_school_women_percent_men_25_to_34_years&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2015;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=mean_years_in_schoo...</a><br /><br />Question 11:<br />Tigers, Giant Pandas and Black Rhinos. We don’t have that in our tools yet. Let’s see what disagreed data is available to see if it’s possible to add it somehow in our website.<br /><br />Question 12:<br />Access to electricity. You can see electricity use per person vs. GDP per capita here: <a href="https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=electricity_use_per_person&amp;domainMin:null&amp;domainMax:null&amp;zoomedMin:null&amp;zoomedMax:null&amp;spaceRef:null;;;&amp;chart-type=bubbles" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.gapminder.org/tools/#$state$time$value=2011;&amp;marker$axis_y$which=electricity_use_per...</a><br /><br />Question 13:<br />Average temperature of the Earth will get warmer. We don’t have data in our tools yet. Might be difficult to find desegregated data for this, but we could try :)<br /><br /><br />You’re right, a page in our website with these tools embed would be interesting. We are working on one page for each of the questions, and now we can see how to add this also.<br /><br /><br />Thanks for your suggestion and for insisting in making me understand it :p<br /><br /><br />Kind regards,<br />Fernanda.
  • June 26, 2018 14:30
    Fernanda Drumond, the poster:
  • June 24, 2018 05:22
    Beirut, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • June 19, 2018 13:19
    Shubhdeep Deb, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • May 26, 2018 15:19
    Salman Estyak, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • May 17, 2018 21:15
    Regina
    Changed title of Need better (fatter and larger) FACTFULLNESS printing and more inviting organization of pages STAT by Regina to Need better (fatter and larger) FACTFULNESS printing and more inviting organization of pages STAT.
  • May 15, 2018 13:27
    Jasper
    Changed reply in topic of What's everyone biggest worry? by Jasper to As a follow up: Here's an interesting data visualization project about what worries people in different countries. <a href="https://www.behance.net/gallery/56747563/What-are-we-worried-about" rel="nofollow">https://www.behance.net/gallery/56747...</a>. This is based on (apparently regular) polls done by ipsos:<a href="https://www.google.se/search?q=what+worries+the+world&amp;oq=what+worries+the+world" rel="nofollow">https://www.google.se/search?q=what+w...</a>.
  • May 15, 2018 13:27
    Jasper
    Changed reply in topic of What's everyone biggest worry? by Jasper to As a follow up: Here's an interesting data visualization project about what worries people in different countries. <br /> <a href="https://www.behance.net/gallery/56747563/What-are-we-worried-about" rel="nofollow">https://www.behance.net/gallery/56747...</a>. <br /><br /> This is based on (apparently regular) polls done by ipsos:<a href="https://www.google.se/search?q=what+worries+the+world&amp;oq=what+worries+the+world" rel="nofollow">https://www.google.se/search?q=what+w...</a>.
  • May 11, 2018 07:56
    Fernanda Drumond, the poster:
  • April 25, 2018 08:56
    Jasper, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • April 02, 2018 23:56
    Philip Matyashevsky, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • April 02, 2018 23:56
    Philip Matyashevsky, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • March 07, 2018 22:29
    Gapminder Dev, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • January 05, 2018 22:29
    Noor
    Changed reply in topic of Education level by Noor to This could be great! Thanks. <br /> By the way, I’ve been working on education this way: <a href="http://stats.unctad.org/Dgff2016/people/goal4/index.html" rel="nofollow">http://stats.unctad.org/Dgff2016/peop...</a>.
  • October 28, 2017 10:38
    Jasper
    Changed reply in topic of Untruthful image by Jasper to Dear Iztok, <br /><br /> Thanks for your message. I take it your message concerns Dollar Street and specifically this home on Dollar Street: <a href="http://www.gapminder.org/dollar-street/family?thing=Families&amp;countries=Bulgaria&amp;regions=World&amp;zoom=4&amp;row=1&amp;lowIncome=26&amp;highIncome=15000&amp;lang=en&amp;place=54d1e6384e5d481411899d86&amp;activeImage=18" rel="nofollow">http://www.gapminder.org/dollar-stree...</a> <br /><br /> You're right that similar pictures can be found in other parts of the world. And you're also right that this specific home is not representative of all homes in Bulgaria. However, Dollar Street is not meant to contain a representative or average sample of a country, world region or even the world. Instead, we aim to give examples of homes on each income level in each country. In other words, it's qualitative, not quantitative data. We have other tools that give a better view of the income distribution of Bulgaria vs the rest of the world. We are working of integrating them with Dollar Street so you can estimate how many people in Bulgaria actually live on the income level of that home. <br /><br /> The Mileva Veselinov family is, with their $650 (purchasing power parity) per month, in the global upper middle income level. I wouldn't say they live in a slum, especially if we compare their house to families living on lower income levels. But you are probably right that their home can give a wrong idea of the diversity of living situations in Bulgaria. <br /><br /> Since we have only one home in Bulgaria, we'd love to have more homes to give a better idea of how people in Bulgaria live. If you can help us out by going out to other homes in Bulgaria to take pictures, let us know! Or maybe you know someone who would like to help? If so, go here and look under the "Participate" header: <a href="http://www.gapminder.org/dollar-street/about?lang=en" rel="nofollow">http://www.gapminder.org/dollar-stree...</a> <br /><br /> If you have any more questions, please let us know. <br /><br /> All the best, <br /> Jasper.
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