It’s your Uuorld?

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A couple of days ago the MathTrain sent through a link about an application called Uuorld (don’t ask me how to pronounce it!) This application reminded me of one of my favourite Ted Talks by Hans Rosling where he brings vital global data to life through a series of visualisations.

Well, Uuorld turns out to be a great application for visualising data with students and adults. Once downloaded, you can choose from a variety of ‘data sets’ and then choose which countries (or the world) and the time frame for visualising the data.  There are a large variety of ‘data sets’ made available through the application. At this stage you can’t import data but the future for these sorts of tools, in encouraging higher order thinking, looks good!


In additional to taking a still image of your data, you can also export your visualisation in a number of different video formats. They have versions for Mac, Windows & Linux.

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One Response to “It’s your Uuorld?”

  1. zach Says:

    Hey, Just thought you might be interested to know that we’ve posted a new version with an importer, KML output, and US data down to zip code level detail. We still have free version but we are also selling an commercial version and offering steep discounts for academic use of the paid version. Take care! –Zach

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