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life-expectancy v1.0.1

Life expectancy of humans across the global.

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Life expectancy of humans across the global.

Install

$ npm install --save life-expectancy

Usage

const lifeExpectancy = require('life-expectancy');

lifeExpectancy('India');
/*
[ { both: 68.3,
    country: 'India',
    female: 69.9,
    male: 66.9,
    rank: 125 } ]
*/

lifeExpectancy('in');
/*
[ { both: 68.3,
    country: 'India',
    female: 69.9,
    male: 66.9,
    rank: 125 } ]
*/


lifeExpectancy('Sao Tome and Principe');
/*
[ { both: 67.5,
    country: 'Sao Tome and Principe',
    female: 69.4,
    male: 65.6,
    rank: 127 } ]
*/

API

lifeExpectancy(input)

input

Type: string

Country code or Country name.

More info.

[ { both: 68.3,
    country: 'India',
    female: 69.9,
    male: 66.9,
    rank: 125 } ]

In the above response, here is what the keys represent:

  • both => Life expectancy of both the genders.

  • country => Yes, it's what you are thinking.

  • female => female life expectancy in human years.

  • male => male life expectancy in human years.

  • rank => Out of all the countires in the world, where does this coutnry stand in terms of life expectancy, lesser the rank higher the life expectancy.

P.S: The data is parsed from World Health Statistics 2016.

License

MIT © Hemanth.HM

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