Most scientific data is hard to explore and understand. The data itself, is often presented in large spreadsheets which makes it hard to make use of.
Our goal is to change that by providing web-based tools that make the data more accessible to everyone.
Currently, database.earth provide detail population information for all countries in the world. This includes births, deaths, life expectancy, population density, median age, fertility rate, infant mortality rate, and total population by regions, sub-regions and countries.
We also provide charts and data for contents of atmospheric gases such as Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Nitrous Oxide and Sulfur Hexafluoride.
All information provided on site is accompanied with graphs, charts, data visualizations and in-depth analysis.
- to never misconstrued any data for political or ideological reasons.
- to always strive to provide the latest, up-to-date data (through manual and automated processes).
- to always acknowledge and correct errors when found.
Who build and manage database.earth?
database.earth is built and managed by Freddie a web developer from Sweden. He enjoys working with data, building things for the web, and to try out new and exciting development tools. The current incarnation of database.earth has been created with a few esoteric technologies including the web server Redbean and the web framework Fullmoon. Detailed information about technology choices can be found on the thank you page.
How do I contact database.earth?
We are currently in the process of setting up communication channels. As for now, the easiest way to get in contact with us through our Twitter profile.