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Hans Rosling was an incredibly entertaining presenter of the facts – and he made a huge impact - The Conversation UK

Many who have had to use statistics, or even worse, to sit through hours of lectures on statistical theory from a boring speaker, regard them as a necessary evil. Numbers aren't often terribly exciting, and it can be hard to decipher their meaning. But ...and more »

Statement by Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director, on the death of Hans Rosling - UNICEF (press release)

Sweden's Karolinska Institute Professor of International Health Hans Rosling presents global maternal and child survival statistics during the 'Committing to Child Survival: A Promise Renewed' event, part of the Social Good Summit held in New York City ...and more »

Hans Rosling, statistician and development champion, dies aged 68 - The Guardian

Swedish academic, whose gift for making data sing brought his innovative ideas to a worldwide audience, dies after year-long illness. Global development is supported by. Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation About this content · Karen McVeigh ...and more »

'Edutainer' Hans Rosling, Who Taught Us About The World, Has Died - NPR

He called himself an "edutainer." He had a knack for explaining difficult concepts — global inequality, climate change, disease and poverty. He used maps, humor and props like storage boxes and colored stones to tell the story of our world and to ...and more »

Swedish statistician Hans Rosling dies from pancreatic cancer - The Local Sweden

"We are extremely sad to announce that Professor Hans Rosling died this morning. Hans suffered from a pancreatic cancer which was diagnosed one year ago. He passed away early Tuesday morning, February 7, 2017, surrounded by his family in Uppsala ...and more »

'A great loss for Sweden and the world': tributes pour in for Hans Rosling - The Local Sweden

Tributes have poured in for statistician Hans Rosling, with major international figures and politicians leading the praise for the Swede after he passed away from pancreatic cancer at the age of 68. A medical doctor, academic, and former professor at ...and more »

How Swedish statistician Hans Rosling changed the way we look at health - PBS NewsHour

Hans Rosling, a Swedish statistician, doctor, and viral mathematics entertainer, died from pancreatic cancer on Tuesday. He was 68. Rosling rose to prominence after a series of TED Talks in which he used statistics and elaborate visuals to change the ...and more »

Ace Statistician and Trendalyzer Rockstar Hans Rosling Passes Away - The Wire

A reliable and trustworthy voice for the value of statistics will be missed with Rosling's passing – especially in this time when its stock is at an all-time low. Ace Statistician and Trendalyzer Rockstar Hans Rosling Passes Away. Thomas Manuel ...and more »

'A big-hearted optimist': Hans Rosling tributes pour in on social media - The Guardian

Melinda Gates and David Nabarro join worldwide chorus of praise for visionary academic's work in transforming the way we see the developing world. How did Rosling work's affect you? Tell us in the comment thread below. Hans Rosling dies at 68 · Video ...and more »

Hans Rosling: A truth-teller in an age of 'alternative facts' - Macleans.ca

It was announced today Swedish academic and medical doctor Hans Rosling died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 68. Rosling may have been the most famous statistician in history. He was certainly one of the most celebrated, and there is no question he ...and more »