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|Alternative name||The Human Mortality Database|
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Publication for The Human Mortality Database
Detecting spatio temporal mortality clusters of European countries by sex and age
[…] In order to detect significant differences in mortality between European countries, the unit of analysis is each country. The data was downloaded from the Human Mortality Database (HMD) . For this reason, this study takes into account mortality data for 26 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Belarus, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland […]
Translating the WHO 25×25 goals into a UK context: the PROMISE modelling study
[…] packages demography and systemfit.The UK population was forecast upto 2025 based on historical demographic patterns. We used data from the period 1938 to 2010, obtaining population and mortality from the Human Mortality Database, fertility from the Human Fertility Database, and deriving net migration for the same time period, from these data. These demographic rates were smoothed using penalised r […]
Life equations for the senescence process☆
[…] Eq. was used to fit survival curves of 11 countries around the world (data were obtained from the Human Life-Table Database and the Human Mortality Database , ) for the past 100–200 years. Since the data points are not stable at younger ages, we used data points for≥40 years of ages in the curve-fitting analysis. The parameter […]
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