Situational Analysis

Map

By default, this is the first screen a user can see.

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To view the exact numbers of deaths per 1,000 live births in each province, click or hover your mouse on one of the regions of the map:

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You can also view the absolute number of deaths in the regions by clicking on “number” under units in the left-hand navigation panel:

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Map Settings

Map_11First option of set map settings only will be seen for map. On clicking set map settings following view will open:

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Based on the selected country, list of available feature map shall be displayed. On selecting these feature maps they shall be overlaid on the background thematic map

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In the above map, the red coloured section shows ‘Tanzania villages’ and the map below overlays the available ‘Tanzania roads ‘

Multiple feature maps can be overlaid at the same time.
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Bubble overlay
Bubble overlay feature allows superimposing supplementary indicator as bubbles over base thematic map.Map_7

Default color of map theme can be altered through color which includes start color and end color of map. A gradient theme of selected start color and end color is applied over thematic map. User specific preference is persisted by the application. Clicking the reset icon resumes the default color.
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Zoom In/Out
One of the important elements for the user in the Situational Analysis is the ability to zoom in on maps, and download maps and charts as excel files:
To zoom in on the map click the + button:
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The map will enlarge:
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Also you can scroll up and down using your mouse or double click on map. It will zoom in and zoom out the map accordingly.

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