I suggest the map be tailored so it is helpful. The high value of the San Marino data (approximately 8 times the next value), makes the map almost entirely the same colour. The Water Availabilty page suffers from the same problem.
Lex 29th March 2011
This was amazing info.! I got an A on my essay now and I learned a lot from this website!
woo 28th January 2011
This was really usefull and helped alot with homework thankyou
by the way some of you guys need to get a brain and do the maths !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
D: 14th December 2010
Like none of these are right!
Claudia 21st June 2010
The information on Mexico is wrong. There are so many doctors that it is one of the most saturated careers in the country. You can even find taxi drivers with the degree, similar to Cuba.
Leah 1st June 2010
Umm , okay, if you want the amount of doctors per 100000 people, just do the math ! jesus, its not hard, take the number per 1000 people, muliply it by 100 and youll get the number per 100000 people, christ its not hard !
kia-rnii 6th February 2010
I wanted the number of doxctors per 100000 people not per 1000 or per 100
S 19th August 2009
Um, your data source gets a 404. http://devdata.worldbank.org/query/default.htm
Can you please provide a working data source for reference and credibility?