# OpenLearn Profile

Professor Hans Rosling

## Professor Hans Rosling's activities

### Browse 17 OpenLearn items Professor Hans Rosling has worked on

#### Hans Rosling: How to compare countries using statistics114

Statistician magician, the late Hans Rosling shows you how to collate and animate the data of different countries in...

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22 Dec 2017

#### How to compare income across countries114

When we want to compare figures from two different countries, what makes for a fair basis of comparison? Tony Hirst...

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16 Sep 2015

#### An introduction to visualising development data114

Tony Hirst and Hans Rosling introduce us to visualising development data and explore bar charts, line charts and...

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16 Sep 2015

#### Looking at population data114

Tony Hirst and Hans Rosling take us on adventure through population data and what it can tell us.

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15 Sep 2015

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#### Hans Rosling: Unveiling data on the world's health114

In an animated fashion, Hans Rosling shows us the correct way to display data on health across the world.

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25 Sep 2014

#### Hans Rosling: Presenting data on carbon emissions 114

Think China is the biggest gas guzzler? Hans Rosling exposes this myth by showing carbon emissions per capita.

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25 Sep 2014

#### Hans Rosling: Conveying income distribution statistics114

Hans Rosling depicts the inequality within each country by using income distrbution indicators.

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25 Sep 2014

#### Hans Rosling: Displaying GDP per capita income data114

Find economics challenging? Hans Rosling makes it easier by explaining how to show income data.

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25 Sep 2014

#### Hans Rosling: Showing the population's age distribution114

Hans Rosling teaches you how to display the age distribution of any country and interpret the patterns.

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24 Sep 2014

#### OU on the BBC: The Joy Of Stats114

Hans Rosling takes a journey into the heart of statistics - and shows why they're anything but dull.

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22 Nov 2012

#### The Joy Of Stats: Above average114

How many legs does the average Swede have? The surprising answer can tell us a lot about averages...

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07 Dec 2010

#### The Joy Of Stats: The Lady With A Data Visualisation114

Famous for her lamp, it was the light shed by Florence Nightingale's statistics that really saved lives in...

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07 Dec 2010

#### The Joy Of Stats: Meaningless and meaningful correlations114

Just because two things might appear to be related, it doesn't mean they are - but it's the meaningful...

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07 Dec 2010

#### The Joy Of Stats: How statistics make understanding foreign words simpler114

Through a massive statistical analysis, Google have taught a machine to translate across dozens of languages pretty...

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07 Dec 2010

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#### The Joy Of Stats: watch the programmes114

Hans Rosling brings statistics to life in our series of short films.

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25 Nov 2010

#### The Joy Of Stats: Why you might go up a hill, but come down a crime victim114

Plotting San Francisco's crimes onto a topographical map revealed a surprising factor in crime rates: where you...

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25 Nov 2010