But what we really need is, of course, a search function, a search function where we can copy the data up to a searchable format and get it out in the world. Ten percent of the world population, most in poverty. Almost no overlap. And if we move back again, here, and we put trails on them, like this, you can see again that the speed of development is very, very different, and the countries are moving more or less at the same rate as money and health, but it seems you can move much faster if you are healthy first than if you are wealthy first. It was a miracle because once the machine went to work, the Roslings went off to the library. And who are these? Rosling was a professor of health in Stockholm, Sweden, where he tracked trends in global health and poverty.
In memory of a great man and the numbers he loved. About this talk.
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This year,Hans Rosling's TED-speech focused on making the seemingly impossible Go to the speach from About this talk. You've never seen data presented like this.
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And we started to write software which could link the data like this. Let me make a comparison directly between the United States of America and Vietnam.
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And these were the results of the Swedish students. I did it so I got the confidence interval, which is pretty narrow. The richest 20 percent of Ugandans are there. The number of internet users are going up like this.
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said Rosling, to a highly amused TED crowd back in His point. Hans Rosling was a Swedish physician, academic, and public speaker. He was the Professor He held presentations around the world, including several TED Talks in which he promoted the use of data to explore development issues.
. Hans Rosling shows the best stats you've ever seen at the TED Conference in. In Rosling's first TED talk inhe used statistics to debunk myths of the developing world, revealing how world health and living standards.
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The data during the war indicate that even with all the death, there was an improvement of life expectancy.