SuAVE for International and Global Projects
SuAVE has been used to explore international development data and surveys, and present collections assembled in the course of several global-scale projects. Some of them are highlighted on this page.
Household surveys are used to monitor local socio-economic and demographic patterns and trends; they provide a wealth of information for teams focused on international development. SuAVE lets such teams explore survey data together, exchange survey views with international collaborators, and share interpretations of the data as annotations. Click on the images on the left to explore some of these surveys: a household survey conducted in Afghanistan and registered in the World Bank’s collection of household surveys (for example, check responses to a question whether the country is going in the right direction, and see how the responses depend on gender, occupation, development priorities, or other factors); the Belmont Forum Open Data Survey, and the Mexico Colonias Health and Sanitation survey. There are many more political, social and electoral surveys loaded on SuAVE.
- 2017 Women, Peace, and Security Index, from Georgetown University (note polygon maps, and a Jupyter connection to compute additional variables)
- Georgian Food Recipes
- 2018 Ambient Air Quality Database, World Health Organization
- Selected international comparisons from the 2018 Science and Engineering Indicators, National Science Board
- Science and Engineering Articles, by country, year, and discipline (explore dynamics of the US vs China, for example)
- Number of patents granted by the US Patent Office
- Intellectual Property exports and imports
- Venture Capitalist Investments
- Plans of foreign recipients of U.S. doctorates to stay in the United States
- 2018 SDG Index, from the 2018 SDG Index and Dashboards report, at www.sdgindex.org/reports. Using a Jupyter notebook, one can add more indicators into SuAVE, selecting from the Oct 10, 2018, version of the SDG Indicators database compiled by the UN Statistics Division (see https://unstats.un.org/sdgs/indicators/database/).