Monthly #ProjectHealthViz data sets
September – Biggest Healthcare Data Breaches – Extra challenge: Do some research to add some contextual information (text, annotations, description, links, etc) to help your user understand the data.
June/July/August – No data sets for the summer
May – Registered Nursing Labor Stats (1998-2020) – Extra challenge: Draw inspiration from someone else’s viz and be sure to note them in your published visualization!
April – Quantified Self – There is no official data set this month since the data is all about YOU! We do quantified self data twice a year. You can utilize data you may already have available such as perhaps from an application such as fitness, food tracker, sleep, medication, etc. or if you don’t, then take 2 weeks to keep track of something (maybe what time you shower, how often you have a drink or go to the bathroom, how long you run, your daily moods or thoughts, what triggers you to yell, types of conversations you have, etc. – anything related to health) and then visualize it. Extra challenge: Use only two colors in your visualization (not including black and white).
March – Adaptive Sports – Includes three possible data sets: UK Paralympics, Paralympics Historical, Wheelchair Marathon Winners. This month is a collaboration between #DiversityinData, #SportsVizSunday, and #ProjectHealthViz – please be sure to enter into all three submission trackers. Extra challenge: Use parameter or set actions (in Tableau), or a feature you have never used before.
February – UK Hospital Admissions for Youth <18 (2016-2018) – Extra challenge: Use a custom image for the title (create in tool of your choice – PowerPoint, Figma, Canva, Illustrator, etc.) and a custom button, shape, or background image.
January – NHS Admitted Patient Care Activity: Main Specialty (2019-2020) – Extra challenge: Design dashboard for a C-Suite executive as the end user.
December – Cannabis Strains and Features
November – How Common is Each Myer’s Briggs Personality
September – Conditions Contributing to COVID Deaths
August – Global Emissions by Sector
April – Human Development Index
March – Coronavirus Daily Counts
February – WHO Access to Basic Sanitation
January – Mental Health in Prisons and Jail
December – Subsaharan Africa Healthcare Facilities
November – Men’s Prostate Cancer Trends (Movember)
October – Autism Spectrum Disorder CDC/ADDM 2014
September – Alcohol Use and Burden (compiled by Anna Dzikowska)
July – Baby Alice’s Treatment Costs (courtesy of Rodrigo Calloni)
March – Global Measles Cases
February – US Rural Hospital Closures
January – CT Drug Deaths 2012-2017
December – US Social Security Number of Births
November – CDC US National Outbreaks
October – Adolescent Pregnancy Rates by Race
September – Medicaid HEDIS Measures
August – Medicare Coverage Gaps
July – CDC 2016 Fatalities
#ProjectHealthVIz started in May 2018! Thanks for coming along for this journey of mine and I hope these datasets are useful!