Impacting the World with Data: From a million data points to maps that tell the story  OR  Translating academic rigor into...
A peek at this presentation’s conclusion, which was made possible by a database:  – a finding involving the work of more t...
First, the database ... and a related publication ...
 
Province-level data on religious affiliation ...
 
Province-level data on religious violence ...
The Price of Freedom Denied: Religious Persecution and Conflict in the 21st Century (Fall 2010) Series:  Cambridge Studies...
Now, the exciting part – managing and selecting the data that went into the Muslim population report (with the help of a w...
 
 
 
 
 
◄  Back to country page
◄  Archiving religion-specific TFR, age-structure, migration & religiosity
 
 
WRD Best Estimate vs. Range of Estimates vs. Pew 89.60% 90.74% 88.70% 88.71% Muslims Other: (Census) Range Max: (DHS) Rang...
 
 
The Pew Forum Report
Limited Interactive Maps & Tables
 
 
 
 
Impacting the World with Data
On the horizon with geo-coded religion-related violence data ...
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  1. 1. Impacting the World with Data: From a million data points to maps that tell the story OR Translating academic rigor into public information Brian J. Grim, Ph.D. Senior Researcher Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life Washington, DC Visiting Researcher Institute on Culture, Religion & World Affairs (CURA) Boston University
  2. 2. A peek at this presentation’s conclusion, which was made possible by a database: – a finding involving the work of more than 50 demographers and social scientists around the globe – released at IUSSP in Marrakech, Morocco – later covered by all major news outlets (with differing slants), including the comedic ‘news’ show the Colbert Report – here’s the Fox headline ...
  3. 3. First, the database ... and a related publication ...
  4. 5. Province-level data on religious affiliation ...
  5. 7. Province-level data on religious violence ...
  6. 8. The Price of Freedom Denied: Religious Persecution and Conflict in the 21st Century (Fall 2010) Series: Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics ... and a less data-heavy related publication drawing on data from the ARDA as well ...
  7. 9. Now, the exciting part – managing and selecting the data that went into the Muslim population report (with the help of a web interface over an Access-type relational database) ...
  8. 15. ◄ Back to country page
  9. 16. ◄ Archiving religion-specific TFR, age-structure, migration & religiosity
  10. 19. WRD Best Estimate vs. Range of Estimates vs. Pew 89.60% 90.74% 88.70% 88.71% Muslims Other: (Census) Range Max: (DHS) Range Min: (Pew GAP) WRD estimate: Bangladesh
  11. 22. The Pew Forum Report
  12. 23. Limited Interactive Maps & Tables
  13. 28. Impacting the World with Data
  14. 29. On the horizon with geo-coded religion-related violence data ...

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