With this interactive mapping tool, explore local assessments of where in Africa specific infectious diseases (Ebola virus disease, Marburg virus disease, Lassa fever, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever) have the greatest potential to emerge and subsequently spread.
With this interactive map, you can explore trends in life expectancy and mortality from 152 causes of death in King County at the census tract level. Use the settings at the top to select a measure (life expectancy, mortality rate, or years of life lost rate), year, cause of death, and sex. Use the time trend menu on the right to explore time trends for specific census tracts.
The Social Determinants of Health visualization tool allows you to explore the relationships between determinants of health and health indicators across countries. This second release of the tool presents antenatal care visits, skilled birth attendance, measles and DPT3 immunization coverage, lag distributed income, and educational attainment. Users can visualize the relationships between these determinants and life expectancy, disability-adjusted life years (DALYs) by cause, years lived with disability (YLDs) by cause, and causes of death. Additional determinants and indicators will be added to the tool in subsequent releases.
How did life expectancy and probability of death change between 1990 and 2015 in 195 countries? Examine changes in life expectancy and see how causes contributed to changes in life expectancy. Explore the probability of death by cause, location, sex, and year. Analyze healthy life expectancy (HALE) by sex, location, and year.
Created for The Journal of the American Medical Association, this interactive data visualization tool shows estimated trends in HIV/AIDS death, incidence, and prevalence worldwide and by country for the years 1990 to 2013.
With multiple view options, the Nigeria Health Map data visualization tool drills down to state-level gains and challenges for a number of health interventions and outcomes. Results currently reflect trends from 2000 to 2013 and primarily focus on high-priority maternal and child health indicators in Nigeria.
Who provides funds for health? Who manages the spending? What goods and services are purchased? Who provides which services? Explore allocation of expenditure across time, country, and categories of spending, as reported in National Health Accounts (NHAs).