Graph data technology reveals the patterns, clusters, and outliers in data sets of all shapes and sizes. That’s why public health organizations all over the world are using graph to show the impact of interventions and policy.
In this demo, Gemini Explore has imported data from the World Health Organization to show impact of public health interventions on public health. This graph of a global data set shows the correlation between government spending, water quality, sanitation, and public health. The nodes include country, public health expenditures, mortality rates of the “Big Four” (cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic pulmonary disease, and diabetes), life expectancy, and availability related to WASH issues (water, sanitation, hygiene).
Gemini Explore for Life Sciences visualizes biomedical data as a collection of nodes and relationships. By connecting diverse biomedical data sources, such as clinical trials, lab results, health records, genomic databases, and publications, researchers have a whole new way to find the connections between data points for extracting insights and decision-making.