With this dynamic map visualization tool, explore local patterns in child overweight and wasting, from 2000 to 2019. Observe trends at multiple spatial scales and search to view trends in specific countries and local areas.
IHME's COVID-19 projections were developed in response to requests from the University of Washington School of Medicine and other US hospital systems and state governments working to determine when COVID-19 would overwhelm their ability to care for patients. The forecasts show demand for hospital services, reported and excess deaths due to COVID-19, rates of infection and testing, and the impact of social distancing, organized by country and state (for select locations).
With this dynamic map visualization tool, explore local patterns in child stunting, wasting, and underweight across all low- and middle-income countries from 2000 to 2017. Observe trends at multiple spatial scales and search to view trends in specific countries and local areas.
With this interactive map visualization, explore local patterns in educational attainment across all low- and middle-income countries from 2000 to 2017. Compare how years of education vary between men and women and across two different age groups. Observe trends at multiple spatial scales and search to view trends in specific countries and local areas.
In this data visualization, we examine current and past trends in tobacco use across Mexico to understand where progress has been made and where gaps still exist. Given recent statistical innovations, we can also forecast into the future.
What are the greatest threats to a mother’s health? Explore causes of death or disability in women, and compare how the biggest threats to maternal health in different countries have changed over time using the Maternal Health Atlas.
In 2000, 9.7 million children died before their 5th birthday. Between 2000 and 2017, global child death rates decreased significantly, saving millions of children. By 2017, the number of child deaths dropped to 5.4 million. Helping children survive and thrive is one of the most important global goals for health and development.
With this interactive mapping tool, explore localized child, infant, and neonate mortality trends in 99 low- and middle-income countries from 2000 to 2017. Observe trends at different spatial resolutions, examine change over time, and understand the improvement rates needed to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target for ending preventable child deaths. Drill down to uncover trends in specific countries, districts, and local areas. Easily share maps with others.
Explore patterns of lower respiratory infections globally from 2000 to 2019 with this interactive visualization tool. Compare prevalence, incidence, and mortality at multiple spatial scales and years, and search for specific areas to view local trends.
See how China is progressing toward Millennium Development Goal 4 and 5 (MDG 4/5) at the subnational level by exploring and comparing province and county trends for under-5 mortality rates and maternal mortality ratio in China in the past two decades.
Analyze forecasts and alternative better and worse scenarios from 2017 to 2040 for 250 causes of death, life expectancy, years of life lost (YLLs) as well as risk-attributable deaths and YLLs. Use treemaps, arrow diagrams, decomposition plots, line charts, maps and others to compare across countries and with regions of the world.
Explore local patterns of diarrhea burden across the world from 2000 to 2019 with this interactive visualization tool. Compare diarrheal prevalence, incidence, and mortality at multiple spatial scales – from values at the country level to estimates for individual districts and departments. Search for specific areas to view local trends, and share your findings with others. Observe temporal patterns of improvement, and examine the probability of achieving the WHO Global Action Plan for Pneumonia and Diarrhea (GAPPD) goals.
This interactive data visualization tool shows levels and trends in growth failure at birth and in children under 5, both past and projected from 1990 to 2030. Explore results for countries, regions, and the globe alongside the data.
Explore US health care spending for 155 conditions for the years 1996 through 2016. Use the interactive Sankey diagram, treemap, and pyramid chart to analyze trends by age, sex, type of care, condition, and payer. New in Nov 2017: view how different factors drove changes in spending.
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.
This interactive data visualization tool shows modeled trends in smoking prevalence worldwide and by country for the years 1980 to 2015. Data were derived from nationally representative sources that measured tobacco use. Note: the data in this tool was last updated in 2017.
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. Note: the data in this tool was last updated in 2015.
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).