A very quick post today, because the end of the year is proving to be anything but a holiday, alas.
My third post in the series about NFHS was going to be about a pet theme (and peeve) of mine: our inability to get better visualization for our data, and indeed better reporting of data in general. But there is good news on this front, finally – there is now an excellent resource that we can use to visualize the results of the NFHS-5 survey.
Here’s just one chart to whet your appetite: blood sugar level among adult women (high, or very high or taking medicine). Note that the chart for men is largely similar.
This is great work, and kudos to everybody associated with this visualization project! 🙂
H/T: Shashank Patil