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Data & Statistics
An alphabetical list of online data and statistical resources.
Animal Health (USDA - Animal and Plant Health Information Service (APHIS))
Animal health monitoring and surveillance studies, reports and information sheets.
Data and Statistics (CDC)
Top level data and statistics source covering topics of public health importance.
Ebling Library (UW-Madison) Health Statistics
Includes links to resources for the Wisconsin, national, and international level.
FASTSTATS A-Z (CDC)
An alphabetical listing of statistics on topics of public health importance.
Global Environmental Maps, Data, Models (Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, UW-Madison)
Maps, computer models and datasets to describe the behavior of Earth’s terrestrial ecosystems, hydrological systems, and climate. Includes datasets of global ecosystems, historical land use, and land cover change.
Global Health Observatory Data (WHO)
Standardized data and statistics for infectious diseases at country, regional, and global levels.
Pinpoints the latest outbreaks of more than 50 human and animal illnesses.
World Animal Health Information Database (WAHID) Interface (World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE))
Global disease distribution and outbreak maps, and lists of countries indicating their sanitary statuses. Also disease event reports, animal health status, veterinary services, population, vaccinations, etc. by country.
World Health Organization Data & Statistics
Links to several WHO statistical resources including WHOSIS.
World Health Organization Statistical Information System, WHOSIS
Mortality, demographic and socioeconomic statistics for 193 WHO member states.
World Health Organization Statistics from Regional Offices
Health statistics from Africa (AFRO), Americas (AMRO), Eastern Mediterranean (EMRO), Europe (EURO), South-East Asia (SEARO), and Western Pacific (WPRO)
National Center for Health Statistics (CDC)
Serves as the nation's principle health statistics agency.
Debunking third-world myths with statistics
World Health Organization Map Resources
- "HealthMap brings together disparate data sources to achieve a unified and comprehensive view of the current global state of infectious diseases and their effect on human and animal health."
Global Wildlife Disease news Map, version 2.0
"The Global Wildlife Disease News Map displays news articles from the Wildlife Disease News Digest. On it users can easily see wildlife disease headlines both locally and globally."
HealthMap: Digital Disease Detection