Sunday, March 28, 2010

Science Nobel Prizes, 1945-2009

The author of super-economy blog has calculated the total number of Science Nobel prize awarded using the data available in Wikipedia

He describes his method of calculation in his blog at this web address:
super-economy.blogspot.com

The Table below shows the awards per ten million people in a country



Table Source 2.bp.blogspot.com


The Google visualization api is very powerful to create plots and charts. The resulting code can very easily be converted into an embeddable Google gadgets that can added to any web page on the Internet. The Google gadgets are very useful tool in distributing clean code that can be reused anywhere.

The numbers shown in the table are plotted below show these numbers per 100 million people per country because the Google Data Visualization api for Geomap only accepts whole numbers.

Move mouse over the map to see the actual numbers



The graph shows an interesting trend in the distribution of Nobel prizes across different countries. Northern European countries show up on the top of this list.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Growth of Worldwide Internet Users

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Population Online 1998

Population Online 2003

Population Online 2008
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It shows that there is substantial growth in the adoption of Internet across the Globe. The rate of adoption at best can be described as phenomenal. No communication and Collaboration technology has ever seen such a fast rate of adoption in the past.

However, the charts showing percent of population only tell part of the story. If one looks at the absolute number of users another picture emerges:


WORLD INTERNET USAGE AND POPULATION STATISTICS

World Regions

Population
( 2009 Est.)

Internet Users
Dec. 31, 2000

Internet Users
Latest Data

Penetration
(% Population)

Growth
2000-2009

Users %
of Table

Africa

991,002,342

4,514,400

67,371,700

6.8 %

1,392.4 %

3.9 %

Asia

3,808,070,503

114,304,000

738,257,230

19.4 %

545.9 %

42.6 %

Europe

803,850,858

105,096,093

418,029,796

52.0 %

297.8 %

24.1 %

Middle East

202,687,005

3,284,800

57,425,046

28.3 %

1,648.2 %

3.3 %

North America

340,831,831

108,096,800

252,908,000

74.2 %

134.0 %

14.6 %

Latin America/Caribbean

586,662,468

18,068,919

179,031,479

30.5 %

890.8 %

10.3 %

Oceania / Australia

34,700,201

7,620,480

20,970,490

60.4 %

175.2 %

1.2 %

WORLD TOTAL

6,767,805,208

360,985,492

1,733,993,741

25.6 %

380.3 %

100.0 %

NOTES: (1) Internet Usage and World Population Statistics are for September 30, 2009. (2) CLICK on each world region name for detailed regional usage information. (3) Demographic (Population) numbers are based on data from the US Census Bureau . (4) Internet usage information comes from data published by Nielsen Online, by the International Telecommunications Union, by GfK, local Regulators and other reliable sources. (5) For definitions, disclaimer, and navigation help, please refer to the Site Surfing Guide. (6) Information in this site may be cited, giving the due credit to www.internetworldstats.com. Copyright © 2001 - 2009, Miniwatts Marketing Group. All rights reserved worldwide.


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We notice that even though Asia is behind in the percentage adoption rate but as absolute numbers 738+million online user versus 418+million online user in Europe, leads the pack in the total number of users. A further breakdown of online users in top countries of the world is shown in the table below:

TOP 20 COUNTRIES WITH HIGHEST NUMBER OF INTERNET USERS

#

Country or Region

Population,
2009 Est

Users
Latest Data

% Population
(Penetration)

Growth
2000-2009

% of World
Users

1

China

1,338,612,968

360,000,000

26.9 %

1,500.0 %

20.8 %

2

United States

307,212,123

227,719,000

74.1 %

138.8 %

13.1 %

3

Japan

127,078,679

95,979,000

75,5 %

103.9 %

5.5 %

4

India

1,156,897,766

81,000,000

7.0 %

1,520.0 %

4.7 %

5

Brazil

198,739,269

67,510,400

34.0 %

1,250.2 %

3.9 %

6

Germany

82,329,758

54,229,325

65.9 %

126.0 %

3.1 %

7

United Kingdom

61,113,205

46,683,900

76.4 %

203.1 %

2.7 %

8

Russia

140,041,247

45,250,000

32.3 %

1,359.7 %

2.6 %

9

France

62,150,775

43,100,134

69.3 %

407.1 %

2.5 %

10

Korea South

48,508,972

37,475,800

77.3 %

96.8 %

2.2 %

11

Iran

66,429,284

32,200,000

48.5 %

12,780.0 %

1.9 %

12

Italy

58,126,212

30,026,400

51.7 %

127.5 %

1.7 %

13

Indonesia

240,271,522

30,000,000

12.5 %

1,400.0 %

1.7 %

14

Spain

40,525,002

29,093,984

71.8 %

440.0 %

1.7 %

15

Mexico

111,211,789

27,600,000

24.8 %

917.5 %

1.6 %

16

Turkey

76,805,524

26,500,000

34.5 %

1,225.0 %

1.5 %

17

Canada

33,487,208

25,086,000

74.9 %

97.5 %

1.4 %

18

Philippines

97,976,603

24,000,000

24.5 %

1,100.0 %

1.4 %

19

Vietnem

88,576,758

21,963,117

24.8 %

10,881.6 %

1.3 %

20

Poland

38,482,919

20,020,362

52.0 %

615.0 %

1.2 %

TOP 20 Countries

4,374,577,583

1,325,437,422

30.3 %

359.9 %

76.4 %

Rest of the World

2,393,227,625

408,556,319

17.1 %

461.5 %

23.6 %

Total World - Users

6,767,805,208

1,733,993,741

25.6 %

380.3 %

100.0 %

NOTES: (1) World Internet User Statistics were updated for September 30, 2009. (2) Additional data for individual countries and regions may be found by clicking each country name. (3) The most recent user information comes from data published by Nielsen Online, International Telecommunications Union, Official country reports, and other trustworthy research sources. (6) Data from this site may be cited, giving due credit and establishing an active link back to Internet World Stats. Copyright © 2001 - 2009, Miniwatts Marketing Group. All rights reserved.

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What we find that China leads the pack in the number of online users while US is behind it. China's neighbor India with similar population shows up at number fourth with substantially less number of users online when compared with China.

We all know that communication and collaboration technology is the life blood of culture and that in turn determines the type of society one will have. Therefore, these numbers become indicative of human development across the globe.

Leading Education Scholar Diane Ravitch

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