AllThatMap.com is a passion project I started out of love for data and maps.
My goal is to provide a convenient data visualization interface where people can access and learn from important world data. There is a story behind every data set, and we all can benefit from paying attention to those stories.
Especially in this modern world where sensationalized headlines dominate most public conversations, it’s often useful to take a more holistic view at what we know about the world and consider the bigger picture.
Everyone has their theories about the state of the world and its history, but nobody ever brings the data to back up those theories.
My hope is that this site will be a useful resource that helps people gain insight into data sets that are fundamental to our world.
The data sets used on this site were gathered from various sources including:
- Gapminder (gapminder.org/data/)
- The World Bank (data.worldbank.org/)
- Our World in Data (ourworldindata.org/)
- The World Health Organization (apps.who.int/gho/data/)
- Penn World Table (rug.nl/ggdc/productivity/pwt/)
- Human Development Reports (hdr.undp.org/)
- World Happiness Report (worldhappiness.report/)
- Transparency International (transparency.org/)
- The Economist Intelligence Unit (www.eiu.com/topic/democracy-index)
- The World Steel Association (worldsteel.org/)
For more details on the source of specific data sets, see the attributions by hovering over (or tapping on) the question marks next to the names of the indicators where they appear on the site.
You are welcome to screen capture any of the map images or graphs generated on this site and use them for your own purposes as long as you properly attribute and link back to allthatmap.com. The static map images generated on this site are licensed under CC-BY 4.0.
Note that this license applies only to static images/graphs generated on this site - it does not include any of the code which makes these maps dynamic and interactive. If you’re interested in using this functionality as well, please contact me.
Send an email to email@example.com to connect with me.
I’m always happy to answer questions, consider feature requests, or just chat about whatever. I’ll do my best to get back to you as soon as possible.