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Death in Venice

Plaintext in German for Thomas Mann's "Death in Venice"

U.S. Suicide Rates by County

The Underlying Cause of Death data available on the CDC's WONDER database are county-level national mortality and population data spanning the years 1999-2014. Data are based on death certificates for U.S. residents.

COVID-19 Hospital Resource Use Projections

Projected hospital resource use based on COVID-19 deaths

Executions in the United States

A dataset about executions (the death penalty) in the United States since the 1976 Supreme Court decision in Gregg v. Georgia (428 U.S. 153)

Sample Data: Psychiatric Patient Deaths

Death times of psychiatric patients

Refined Death Penalty Graph

WWW Graph of Death Penalty for Link Analysis Ranking Experiments

Regular Death Penalty Graph

WWW Graph of Death Penalty for Link Analysis Ranking Experiments

Expanded Death Penalty Graph

WWW Graph of Death Penalty for Link Analysis Ranking Experiments

Sample Data: UK Lung Disease Deaths

Monthly deaths from lung diseases in the UK

US Fatal Injuries 1999-2014

Dataset of deaths and crude rates of fatal injuries in the United States from 1999 to 2014

Child Mortality from Malaria

Child mortality numbers caused by malaria by country.

Sample Data: Kidney Transplant

Time to death of 863 kidney transplant patients.

US County Suicide Data 1999-2013

Data on suicides by US County from 1999-2013

Road Traffic Fatalities by Type 2013

Road traffic deaths by type of road user and country from 2013.

Road Traffic Fatalities by Type 2010

Road traffic deaths by type of road user and country from 2010.

Sample Data: 2003 US Life Table

A life table for the total United States population in 2003

Child Mortality Rates by Prematurity

Child mortality rates caused by premature or preterm birth by country.

Child Mortality from HIV/AIDS

Child mortality numbers caused by HIV/AIDS by country.

1918 'Spanish Flu' Pandemic In Chicago

Point location of influenza and pneumatic deaths and weekly mortality data recorded during 1918 'Spanish flu' pandemic correlated to 1920 census data for Chicago