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Mon, Jan 22, 2018, noon: Narayan Sastry

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Data visualizations chart global trends in development over two centuries

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01/05/2017

The University of Oxford's 'Our World in Data' provides fascinating charts showing two centuries worth of worldwide changes in six key measures of development: poverty, literacy, child mortality, political regimes, fertility, and education.

Our World in Data

High-res version: "The World as 100 People" chart

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