Data and explanation for the Sweden chart from PANDA

This post contains two spreadsheets with alternative analyses (both are legitimate but the age-adjusted is more robust) . In addition, it contains a link to a different post which has numerous alternative analyses, including by Nobel prize winner Michael Levitt.

CHART 1: AGE-ADJUSTED SWEDISH OVERALL DEATH RATE (MORE RELIABLE INDICATOR)

This chart prepared by PANDA shows how covid is nowhere in the league of the Spanish flu. The CHOs and politicians have been feeding Australians false information for over one year now.  [See this article by Nick Hudson, and interview of Sanjeev Sabhlok by Nick Hudson here].

Download the source spreadsheet here. (Right click mouse and “save as”)

Age adjustment: The historically observed mortality rate for each group (by 5-yr age bins) is applied to the current number of people in that group. This takes out the effects of an ageing population and immigration. 

A similar adjustment is carried out in the other chart the spreadsheet for gender.

Note on the legend: Because I’ve manipulated the colour of 2020 to yellow, there is nothing about the yellow colour in the legend. This error will need to be fixed if this chart is used in any academic setting.

ALTERNATIVE WAY OF PRESENTATION

Here’s another way to present the data:

Someone suggested we say: “This is what the govt said would happen” in the top line. In Sweden the government rejected all these stupid models. It was only in Australia that criminals like Morrison and Andrews relied on fake models.

In Australia they predicted 150,000 deaths.

2) RAW DATA – DEATHS PER MILLION

For those who want to look at the Sweden data without the age adjustment, here’s the chart:

The underlying spreadsheet is available here.

3) Deaths per million jumbled – a puzzle for people

Data: Spreadsheet (click right button of mouse to download)

Alternative version.

If I had money I’d put out a $10k award for those who answer correctly and who’d then qualify for a draw. That would get millions to answer.

4) Comparison with Spanish flu

This chart is helpful in understanding the SMALLNESS of this pandemic – even ignoring the fact that over half the covid deaths are not consistent with “excess deaths” data. Source data here.

5) OTHER ANALYSES, INCLUDING DISCUSSIONS 

Lies about the magnitude of this pandemic

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