THUMMP

 
 

Human population distributions and human mobility patterns are of great interest for social and public health planning, including the geographical dissemination and evolution of human pathogens. The digital age has made it possible to assemble new kinds of data that describe human mobility at a range of spatial and temporal scales. The purpose of THuMMP is to make this data more accessible to everyone.

 

The Human Mobility Mapping Project

The quantitative science of human mobility

An open access repository for algorithms & data

Applications for public health

Building the community of scientists

AFFILIATES

Caroline O. Buckee

Amy Wesolowski

Zhuojie Huang

Andres Garcia

Linus Bengtsson

Andrew J Tatem

Deepa Pindolia

Nita Bharti

Xin Lu

Justin M Cohen

Nathan Eagle

David L Smith

Erik Wetter