Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 (GBD 2019) Data Resources
Below are links to data visualizations, data, publications, country profiles, and other resources from the most recent update to the Global Burden of Disease Study.
Use these visualizations to interact with the latest GBD estimates, comparing causes, injuries, risks across time, age, and place.
GBD Results Tool
This query tool allows download of full GBD results data in CSV format.
- All GBD causes, risks, etiologies, impairments, injuries by nature, population estimates, fertility estimates, and life tables
- Measures: deaths, years of life lost (YLLs), years lived with disability (YLDs), disability-adjusted life years (DALYs), prevalence, incidence, life expectancy, healthy life expectancy (HALE), maternal mortality ratio (MMR), and summary exposure value (SEV)
- Metrics (units): number, rate, percent, years, probability of death
- Years: 1990-2019; annual results for all measures
- All GBD age groups
- Sexes: males, females, both sexes
- Locations: GBD super regions, regions, countries, select subnational units, and custom regions (WHO regions, World Bank Income Levels, and more)
Data Input Sources Tool
The Data Input Sources Tool allows users to explore GBD 2019 input data sources and retrieve relevant metadata.
GBD 2019 Data and Tools Overview
This guide to GBD results and suite of web‐based tools provides an overview of what data users can expect to view and download from each tool. It also includes definitions for the measures and other dimensions of the data, value lists for each dimension, and more.
The profiles provide a snapshot of the health landscape of each GBD country. They are a printable quick reference designed with the casual reader in mind.
Results data available upon request
- Risk factor exposure
- By sequelae: YLDs, prevalence, incidence
Access the code used to generate the GBD results.
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