Gapminder Links Spring 2014

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  1. LHC
    1. medical doctors and services
    http://www.bit.ly/1g2LXhL
    2. sulfur emissions and industry
    http://www.bit.ly/1g2M24Y
    3. male labor 15-64 and income GDP
    http://www.bit.ly/1g2M3FX
    4. children per women and infant mortality
    http://www.bit.ly/1g2M50A
    5. time and life expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/1g2M90p

  2. J

    JBC

    Time Vs. Life expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/1favYlL

    Income Per Person Vs. Primary completion rate, total
    http://www.bit.ly/1ml2ClT

    Energy Use per Person Vs. Cumulative CO2 Emissions
    http://www.bit.ly/1ml37fG

    Infant Mortality Rate Vs. Median Age
    http://www.bit.ly/1ml3Eyh

    Children per Women Vs. Population, total
    http://www.bit.ly/1ml4jzT

  3. MR
    1. children per woman & income per person
    http://www.bit.ly/1hah0Zg
    2. contraceptive use & child mortality
    http://www.bit.ly/1hahpe3
    3. life expectancy & children per woman
    http://www.bit.ly/1hahvCx
    4. teen fertility rate & total fertility rate
    http://www.bit.ly/1hait1v
    5. life expectancy & income per person
    http://www.bit.ly/1haiAuc

  4. JDI
    1.Children per Woman and Mortality Rate http://www.bit.ly/1hS08Hy
    2.Mean Years in School at Reproductive Age and Children Per Woman http://www.bit.ly/1hS2OVz
    3. Mean years in School men 25 years and older and Life Expectancy http://www.bit.ly/1hS7smz
    4. Infant Mortality per 1000 births and Life Expectancy http://www.bit.ly/1hS8eQp
    5.Median Age and Income http://www.bit.ly/Qxiub8

  5. Alivia Richards

    ACR

    Income per person/Imports
    http://www.bit.ly/1pwkegA
    Number affected annually by storms/Total aid received
    (Data on Denmark unavailable for Total aid received)
    http://www.bit.ly/1pwmPXN
    Energy use/Urban population
    http://www.bit.ly/1pwqqVX
    Services/Salaried workers
    http://www.bit.ly/QxgdwB
    Life expectancy/DTP3 immunized
    http://www.bit.ly/QxgS13

  6. EMB

    Income per person vs.Children per Woman
    http://www.bit.ly/1gGmsaY

    Improved Sanitation rural access vs. Child Mortality
    http://www.bit.ly/1gGnmUR

    Urban Pop vs. Surface Area
    http://www.bit.ly/1gGoPe3

    Ratio of Girls to Boys secondary school vs. HDI
    http://www.bit.ly/1gGpa0e

    Primary completion rate vs. 15-24 employment rate
    http://www.bit.ly/1haqofs

  7. RJP

    RJP
    1. fertility/ life expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/1kfsjmB
    2. females in school/ 1st marriage
    http://www.bit.ly/1kfsm1V
    3.survivingkids/ fertility
    http://www.bit.ly/1kfsvST
    4.fertility/contraception
    http://www.bit.ly/1kfsAWN
    5. child mortality/ income
    http://www.bit.ly/1kfsJJy

  8. 1.Ratio of girls to boys in primary and secondary education and income per person
    http://www.bit.ly/1jO9HOI
    2.Food supply and life expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/1jOaiQr
    3.Roads paved and CO2 emissions
    http://www.bit.ly/1jOd6x4
    4.Agriculture workers and wood removal
    http://www.bit.ly/1jOdGuE
    5.Industry workers and income per person
    http://www.bit.ly/1jOfl3w

  9. MRR
    1. Urban population and Income per person
    http://www.bit.ly/Qxp819
    2. Literacy rates (% adults 15+) and Labor force participation (15-64)
    http://www.bit.ly/O86Ilr
    3. Population density and percent urban
    http://www.bit.ly/O8737y
    4. Sugar per person and bad teeth per child
    http://www.bit.ly/1jq90sn
    5. Aid received per person and human development index (HDI)
    http://www.bit.ly/1jqa1QV

  10. JD Murphy

    1.Life expectancy and Age at first Marriage
    http://www.bit.ly/1gTzXoV
    2. Child mortality and Total health spending
    http://www.bit.ly/O8FACC
    3. Energy use per person and Income per person
    http://www.bit.ly/1gTBU4u
    4. HDI and all causes of death in newborns
    http://www.bit.ly/O8FevQ
    5. Income per person and Services
    http://www.bit.ly/O8FhI6

  11. CP

    CP
    1: http://www.bit.ly/1ggIPin – comparing income per capita and democracy score
    2: http://www.bit.ly/1ggJznK – comparing income per capita and male BMI
    3: http://www.bit.ly/1ggK15h – comparing gov’t health spending per capita and median age
    4: http://www.bit.ly/1ggKpAF – comparing income per capita and gov’t health spending per capita
    5: http://www.bit.ly/1ggKQLl – comparing mean years in school for women of reproductive age and total fertility

  12. Louis Belley

    LEB

    1. Infant Mortality Rate & Life Expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/P8B0FQ
    2. Children Per Women & Life Expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/1mnoFsf
    3. Income Per Person & Life Expectancy
    http://www.bit.ly/1mnq7uw
    4. Surviving Kids Per Women & Time
    http://www.bit.ly/1oiouDk
    5. Life Expectancy & Time
    http://www.bit.ly/1oipCqx

  13. EAAB

    1. Ratio of girls to boys in primary and secondary school vs. total GDP (US$, inflation adjusted
    http://www.bit.ly/QyHOgS

    2. Primary Completion (% of girls) vs. Children per woman
    http://www.bit.ly/QyOonr

    3. Population, total vs. Life Expectancy (years)
    http://www.bit.ly/1oioUcX

    4. Time vs. Aged 15+ employment rate (%)
    http://www.bit.ly/1oiqVpk

    5. Improved sanitation vs. Life Expectancy (years)
    http://www.bit.ly/1oirrUm

  14. Melanie Villanueva

    1. Infant Mortality vs Child Deaths
    http://www.bit.ly/O8WyAT
    2.Improved Sanitation vs Roads Paved
    http://www.bit.ly/O8WHnU
    3.Age 15+ Employment Rate vs Personal Computers
    http://www.bit.ly/O8WKQz
    4.Life Expectancy vs Time
    http://www.bit.ly/O8Wlh3
    5.Contraceptive vs # of child deaths
    http://www.bit.ly/O8WS2G

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