Lives on the line

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Friday, 20th July 2012 by Simon Hilliard

It’s no secret where you live has a bearing your quality of life – but this data mashup hammers home the message of poverty in London against average life expectancies.

James Cheshire, an academic at University College London (UCL), has taken life expectancy data and mapped averages against the London tube map. So essentially, you can see how long you’ll live based on your nearest tube stop.

Lives on the Line

You can see the full map on the Lives on the Line.

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