Supplementary data for the publication: Access to Water-Related Services Strongly Modulates Human Development

doi: 10.4121/20110397.v3
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doi: 10.4121/20110397
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Henry Amorocho Daza (2022): Supplementary data for the publication: Access to Water-Related Services Strongly Modulates Human Development. Version 3. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/20110397.v3
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 This file has dataset that was used for the research article: "Access to water-related services strongly modulates human development", by Henry Amorocho-Daza, Pieter van der Zaag and Janez Sušnik. This research aims to explore the statistical relation between Water and Human Development. Research's data was used both for the correlation and causality analyses. Datasets are pusblished as csv files. Correlation data includes several human development and water related variables indicators for the year 2017. Causality data includes time series for water access, sanitation access and seasonal variability indicators for the years 2000-2017. All data is open access and the sources are cited in the article. For more details please refer to the accompanying Read Me file.  




history
  • 2022-08-08 first online
  • 2022-10-27 published, posted
publisher
4TU.ResearchData
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*.csv, *.txt
organizations
IHE Delft Institute for Water Education, Land and Water Management Department.

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Water Management

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