The Addressing Health Data Mapper is a tool to present and share data generated by the Addressing Health project. The project examines the health of UK postal workers in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It uses information about sickness-related absences and retirement derived from pension records and other sources of evidence.
The project explores epidemiological patterns of sickness, taking into account the characteristics of time, place and person in order to identify how health outcomes changed over time and varied between places.
A guide to using the Data Mapper can be found here.