GN Bureau | July 11, 2015
Have you ever tried to estimate the number of people you share your birthday with? And how many people around the world are younger/older than you. Well, here is an interesting thing to do on World Population Day (July 11).
Check out the interesting website ‘population.io’supported by World Bank Data Group and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). Fill in the information including your date of birth, country and gender. The website will tell you how do you fit into the global population distribution telling you the interesting fact about you demographical level. Besides giving individual information it also present the real time data on world population. Click here to enter the website
Population.io has been developed by Wolfgang Fengler, together with K.C. Samir and Benedikt Groß.
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