Category: The Ghost Map

DataViz History: The Ghost Map: Dr. John Snow

John Snow (1813–1858) is revered as a founding father of two medical disciplines. Anesthesiologists remember him as the physician who first made anesthesia scientific by showing how the human body responded to different doses of anesthetic drugs, and how anesthesia affected the human physiology. In addition, Snow the […]

DataViz History: The Ghost Map: Vibrio cholerae

Description and Significance Vibrio cholerae is a “comma” shaped Gram-negative bacteria with a single, polar flagellum for movement. There are numerous strains of V. cholerae, some of which are pathogenic and some of which are not. [SOURCE] The bacteria infects the intestine and increases mucous production causing diarrhea […]