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

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

    Hans Rosling speaks about the impact of growing global population on resources at the ReSource 2012 conference on July 12, 2012 in Oxford, England. Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images. Hans Rosling, a Swedish statistician, doctor, and viral ...and more »

  • Health expert who made data sing dies - Shanghai Daily (subscription)

    Health expert who made data sing dies - Shanghai Daily (subscription);

    DATA guru Hans Rosling, a Swedish public health expert famous for combating scientific ignorance with catchy YouTube videos in his mission to promote a “fact-based world,” has died at the age of 68, his foundation announced. Rosling, who described ...and more »

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

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

    Keith Morris does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond the academic appointment above.and more »

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

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

    Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institute and co-founder and chairman of the Gapminder Foundation, Dr. Hans Rosling attends the TIME 100 gala, celebrating the 100 most influential people in the world, at the Frederick P. Rose Hall on ...and more »

  • Hans Rosling, Swedish Doctor and Pop-Star Statistician, Dies at 68 - New York Times

    Hans Rosling, Swedish Doctor and Pop-Star Statistician, Dies at 68 - New York Times;

    Hans Rosling giving a TED Talk in 2010. He was a self-described “edutainer.” Credit Katie Orlinsky for The New York Times. Hans Rosling, a Swedish doctor who transformed himself into a pop-star statistician by converting dry numbers into dynamic ...and more »

  • Science loses an exuberant storyteller - Science Business

    Science loses an exuberant storyteller - Science Business;

    Hans Rosling, the endearingly upbeat physician, epidemiologist, and data visuals wizards, died on Wednesday aged 68. In life, he usually came bearing good news, told with the urgency of a sports commentator. The way he presented it, things were never ...and more »

  • Hans Rosling: Data visionary and educator dies aged 68 - BBC News

    Hans Rosling: Data visionary and educator dies aged 68 - BBC News;

    Hans Rosling, a Swedish professor of global health and well-known public educator, has died aged 68, his Gapminder foundation has announced. Mr Rosling was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer a year ago and died in Uppsala, Sweden. He was known for ...and more »

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

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

    Hans Rosling presents ideas on tackling global challenges such as disease and poverty, at the London School of Economics, 2012. He has been described as a Jedi master of data visualisation. Photograph: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP. Global development is ...and more »

  • Hans Rosling, statistician and sword-swallower, has died - The Economist

    Hans Rosling, statistician and sword-swallower, has died - The Economist;

    STATISTICS has not, traditionally, been an exciting word. Its most common prefix is the word “dry”. Ask people what they think of statistics, or try to use some in an argument, and you will often get the quote attributed to Benjamin Disraeli that lists ...and more »

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

    '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 »