Welcome to Data, et cetera.

What is Data, et cetera?

Data, et cetera was started in 2018 with the goal of using publicly-available data to share knowledge in new ways. Sometimes this means analyses of data to help us understand important policy questions. Other times it's illustrating concepts in new and interesting ways. Basically, our primary objective is to be informative, accurate, and useful.

Who are we?

Data, et cetera is run by a small team of data journalists based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Patrick Drake is currently an analyst at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Previously, he was a statistician and demographer at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. You can email Patrick, find him on LinkedIn, or view his CV.

Alana Sharp is a scholar at the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, working in the Global Health Policy and Politics team. Previously, she held positions at the Global Fund in Geneva and at amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research, in Washington, DC. Alana can be reached by email or LinkedIn, and her CV is available here.

Interested in working together?

Please visit our consulting page to learn about the types of services we offer and how to get in contact.

Interested in how we made our visualizations?

All of the visualizations on our site are built using the D3.js JavaScript library. All of our data analysis is done using R.

Beginning April 2020, we are making some of the data sets and scripts used in our articles freely available. You can find us on GitHub.

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