Children per women since 1800 in Gapminder World

The data for “Children per woman (total fertility)” has been updated to cover 195 countries from 1800-2008. It is now possible to see the entire “demographic transition” that most countries have followed: going from many children and short lives, too few children and long lives.

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The seemingly impossible is possible

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This year, 2007, Hans Rosling’s TED-speech focused on making the seemingly impossible possible.

The Trendalyzer software (recently acquired by Google) turns complex global trends into lively animations, making decades of data pop. Asian countries, as colorful bubbles, float across the grid – toward better national health and wealth.

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A presentation showing fertility rate and child mortality of all countries 1962-2003. Developed in collaboration with Aktuellt at the Swedish Public Service broadcaster – Sveriges Television (SVT) . Produced 2005.

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