Worldmapper

Worldmapper has been created by the University of Sheffield in association with the University of Michigan, the Leverhulme Trust and the Geographical Association. It is a collection of 366 world maps, where territories have been re-sized on each map according to the subject of interest. They include maps of international migration and refugee flows, poverty and income, education and health in addition to a whole range of other themes. Information on the methodology used to compile the maps is provided.

Spatial Coverage: 
International

Data Publisher:

Note: 

This project has received the support of the following organisations:

The methods and data used also built upon the work of many other people and organisations, notably:

  • Michael Gastner who worked on the original algorithm.
  • The United Nations who supplied much of the data
Format: 

Maps can be downloaded in PDF. The underlying data can be downloaded as MS Excel.

Data Access: 

Freely available data on internet.