John Snow's Cholera map as a heatmap in Power Map

John Snow's Cholera map as a heatmap in Power Map

Documents that Changed the World podcasts: John Snow’s cholera map, 1854 | UW Today

Documents that Changed the World podcasts: John Snow’s cholera map, 1854

This was the overview map of John Snow's study on Cholera epidemic. He visited each households to test if the water has been contaminated with Cholera.

John Snow’s Famous Cholera Map. Original map by John Snow showing the clusters of cholera cases in the London epidemic of 1854

The Cholera Map of John Snow (1854)

Original map of the 1854 Broad Street cholera outbreak by John Snow.

The Ghost Map (a little public health and history mixed together)

The Ghost Map: Hard Lessons in Epidemiology from Victorian London

The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic--and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World, by Steven Johnson is a very interesting book. The pump handle! This book has it all!

John Snow's cholera map of Soho

John Snow's data journalism: the cholera map that changed the world

John Snow's map of cholera outbreaks from nineteenth century London changed how we saw a disease - and gave data journalists a model of how to work today

Dr. John Snow's map of the 1854 London cholera outbreak. This changed the world.

John Snow's map of the 1854 London cholera outbreak

John Snow's mapping of a Cholera outbreak

John Snow's mapping of a Cholera outbreak

The most famous map of cholera is that of John Snow (LL).  There is nothing very special about this map, except that it helped display how people caught cholera.  Another map then published detailed a similar relationship and added time and sequence to the scenario.  Still, the best map was that of John Lea (center).  Snow refuted it.  But 25 years later we would learn that Lea was right.

The most famous map of cholera is that of John Snow (LL). There is nothing very special about this map, except that it helped display how people caught cholera. Another map then published detailed a similar relationship and added time and sequence to the scenario. Still, the best map was that of John Lea (center). Snow refuted it. But 25 years later we would learn that Lea was right.

John Snow Cholera map Journal

John Snow Cholera map Journal

John Snow was one of the first epidemiologists in the 1800s. He mapped out the cases of the cholera outbreak in London to find the cause and recurrence by investigating the people infected.

John Snow was one of the first epidemiologists in the He mapped out the cases of the cholera outbreak in London to find the cause and recurrence by investigating the people infected.

john snow, cholera map

Cartographies of life and death: John Snow and disease mapping - from Shute Eccleston Out London

Snow-cholera-map-1 - John Snow - Wikipedia

How To Analyze Data: Seven Modern Remakes Of The Most Famous Graphs Ever Made Graphs can be beautiful, powerful tools. Graphs help us explore and explain the world.

John Snow's cholera map -- using data to save lives

Interactive and modernized: John Snow's cholera map of London recreated

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