Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) released their yearly data for the grants allowed to various pharma research organization. The data science tools were evidently used by Gramener to present insightful live visualizations. Doodle on the data playground below to see how much grant was allocated to which organization in which year.
We, at Gramener, appreciate the exemplary contributions of the Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) for the social betterment. In 2015, we picked the publicly available data of a globally spread NGO to deduce visual conclusions from it. The data was regarding the grants commissioned by the Gates Foundation to different medical organizations for Pneumonia remedy research. The big data for over the past years was unarranged. Based on the records, our data science team came up with beautifully graphed explanatory conclusions. The amazing findings could demonstrate, how various NGOs can prioritize their investments.
Dee and Dey comics
The following classifications can assist our forthcoming public and private sector clients with an unarranged sum of data.
PS: The data utilized below is only representational and not actual.
PLAYGROUND: Doodle the data visualization to observe grant allotment
What Did Our Data Science Experts do?
Upon assembling the data, we found that the Gates foundation had progressed 55 grants worth $269,544,744 in 2014. They were further about to grant a considerable sum of $89 million to ‘Novavax’ for developing a vaccine to cure Pneumonia. From a small monetary help to a huge investment, they had funded 230 Pneumonia related medical projects since 2000. Finally, our team graphed their yearly investment. Each colored column represents a fund grantee. The bar graphs are helpful in highlighting the data in particular columns.
Furthermore, the conversion of the bar graphs into circled entities denote the amount funded for the medical assistance. Therefore, the size of the circles represents the amount of investment done by the NGO. Over the years, ‘Path Vaccine Solutions’ has received the highest funding. The next highest grantees are ‘Novovax’ and ‘Emory University’.
How Data Science can Benefit Other NGOs Likely
Data science techniques deducing clear visualization can open many doors of investment analysis and the return on investment. Although NGOs do not expect any returns from the charitable approaches. But still, it is important to keep a record of the money spent on the cause. It would aid them to make data-driven conclusions to alter the funds based on the grantee’s research performances.
It would also help our clients, to manage their investments for their forthcoming grantees.
Sunil is a happy-go-lucky member of Gramener family who turned his passion into a profession. He spends his time in effectively understanding how data science has influenced the world of big data. In his spare time, he loves to juggle with words and write exciting stories.