How Beer “Cured” 1854 Cholera Epidemic

Here is the output using Tableau Desktop with heat density:

That small red dot in the middle is the PUMP.

Using the QGIS tool, the output looks like this:

That GAS PUMP icon is the water pump that is central to the analysis. The larger the people icon, the more cases in those areas.

Using Kepler.GL the data can be plotted like this:

The Yellow Hexagon is the Pump. The higher the purple hexagon, the more people died of cholera.

What do you see?

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