Topics in Gapminder 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z 1030 486 242 227 0 550 7719560 Endangered species quiz on your book Facfulness need correction 2018-04-16T23:52:48Z 2018-04-12T17:14:20Z Anabela Pinto anabela_pinto On you new book Factfulness you have a quiz <br /><br /> 11. In 1996, tigers, giant pandas, and black rhinos were all listed as endangered. How many of these three species are more critically endangered today? <br /> A: Two of them <br /> B: One of them <br /> C: None of them <br /><br /> And you select C as the correct answer. <br /><br /> I am a biologist who worked many years in Conservation issues at the Zoology Department at the University of Oxford and I woudl like to mention that your answer is incorrect. There are several species of black Rhinos and If you look at the IUCN list of endangered species you will see that the Black Rhino is Critically Endangered. <br /> Also tigers are in the Red List of the IUCN as Endangered. Only pandas are not so because of the breeding programme in China, but even then we can argue how many of the pandas are actually released in nature. problem 1 2 1 comment 7720874 health and wealth of nations does not load properly from the bottom of the page 2018-04-16T23:42:09Z 2018-04-15T04:37:22Z Margaret Waterman margaret_waterman problem 1 2 1 comment 7720206 Single Story 2018-04-16T23:31:43Z 2018-04-13T17:10:23Z Virginia Vassar virginia_vassar Hi, <br /><br /> I think this is a really interesting site, but I am troubled by some of the country profiles (e.g. Nigeria) that do not show any of the country's range of wealth. It seems to contribute to the stereotypical single story of African life in many countries as poverty-stricken and rural. <br /><br /> I would also love to see more information on the site about how participants are selected, how approval and release of information are acquired and how participants are compensated as well. Is it just random or is there a process to try and get a diverse, accurate sample? question 1 2 1 comment 7719298 How to keep statistics - and opportunities up-to-date. 2018-04-12T07:54:55Z 2018-04-12T07:47:26Z Anthony Burton anthony_burton_dgnn2wesfmcss Not really a problem but your current link to the ignorance test/certificate at <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> is awkward. With the appearance of Factfulness I suggest you have the link go to the current test/certificate page. problem 2 2 1 comment 7716643 In “Factfullness appendix, page 271, question 7 results: correct answer is completely wrong 2018-04-07T10:08:10Z 2018-04-07T08:24:58Z Robin Poulter robin_poulter problem 1 2 1 comment 7715686 Javascript error on page referenced in the Factfulness_excerpt: 2018-04-06T20:01:24Z 2018-04-05T14:58:31Z PeterVermont peter_andrews There is a visible javascript error and no interactive version of the chart problem 2 2 1 comment 7715192 Misleading/Incorrect Ignorance Question? 2018-04-05T11:09:26Z 2018-04-04T19:36:13Z charlie6411 . charlie6411 Having just done the ignorance test and scoring 23% I have a question about one of the questions I got wrong: <br /><br /> "How did the number of deaths per year from natural disasters change over the last 100 years" <br /><br /> correct answer "Decreased to less than half". Is there a link to the source of this anywhere? As far as I can see the actual number (not as a percentage) has increased as the population has significantly increase even though the percentage has decreased. question 1 2 1 comment 7690560 UK families income heavily misrepresented. 2018-04-03T00:18:04Z 2018-02-20T10:49:56Z Philip Matyashevsky philip_matyashevsky_gv50mmseccpxh Income for the UK families is not right. You cannot earn USD 1000 per month with two working adults in the UK. Stated income can be weekly. Please check. problem 6 3 1 comment 7708587 Outdated Information.Some Data is not available after 2007-08.. like Natural Gas production, unemployment rate% 2018-04-02T17:09:49Z 2018-03-23T07:13:47Z Ashish Goyal ashish_goyal_c213ascufacmr problem 1 2 1 comment 7712460 Accuracy of Income? Self reported? 2018-04-02T11:49:55Z 2018-03-30T11:38:43Z Jerry Looney jerry_looney_km46ov9c7u5p9 Out of curiosity - how is monthly income calculated ? I was browsing and saw the oliver family in the uk - $780 per month seems off with 2 people working 70 hours between them - minimum wage is 7 pound so with even with one working 40 hours on minimum wage - its about 1000 GBP a month which translates to almost $1400 a month (todays rates) ref: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> <br /><br /> Great idea /site , but this stuck out to me as wrong as is. problem 1 2 1 comment 6505227 Missing Country? 2018-04-02T10:53:00Z 2015-01-12T03:22:08Z Don Kaufman don_kaufman Scotland is missing from your list of countries. I was trying to look up the population of Scotland during Mary Queen of Scots and alas; it's missing. problem 2 3 1 comment missing 7709509 traditional Chinese would become garbled 2018-03-25T06:55:18Z 2018-03-25T06:55:18Z 儷穎 王 jh9ynu98nbk5t Our teacher asked us your software Gapminder Tools Offline v3.2.0 (dataset v.1.2.3). However, some of my words in the file is in traditional Chinese, and they would become garbled. <a href="" rel="nofollow"><img alt="" src="" /></a> problem 0 1 1 create 7662512 income 2018-03-23T17:11:32Z 2018-01-06T11:53:34Z Vytautas Buozys vytautas_buozys Hello, I found this project because of Bill Gates website. Okay let's move on. It is quite a nice idea I love it. But when I started to check United Kingdoms country and how there people are living. I came with a funny feeling that it's not true. Because I live in UK I can compare for example with me. My monthly earning are way a bit more than this family ( <a href=";countries=World&amp;regions=World&amp;zoom=4&amp;row=1&amp;lowIncome=NaN&amp;highIncome=NaN&amp;place=5901b0750caee015a141b82d&amp;lang=en" rel="nofollow"></a> ) they have a massive house, a big family, earnings are lower than mine. I can`t afford a house, I even can`t take a mortgage because of my low income which is $ 1899.72/month. So now I believe that you can`t trust website, which is sad. People lies to you. problem 1 2 1 comment 7705579 UK Dollar Street data. 2018-03-23T17:05:42Z 2018-03-17T23:55:08Z A J Wright a_j_wright I think the UK data is per week rather than per month, minimum wages for a full time worker in the UK would be £909 ~1,310.67 USD. So the minimum monthly income for a two full-time earner UK household would be around $2,600. problem 2 3 1 comment 7708074 Why does Gapminder tool contain no data about Taiwan or HongKong 2018-03-22T12:28:02Z 2018-03-22T12:28:02Z shihnh shihnh There is data about Taiwan in the web Gapminder World. However, While I try to explres more data about Taiwan, I found there is no data about Taiwan or HongKong. Taiwan and Hongkong, as important regions in East Asian economy, which is quite different from China, are quite informative. Anyone adds the data would be appreciated. question 0 0 1 create