Situational Analysis

Chart

To view the mortality data as a bar chart, click on “chart”:
Chart_1

Sorting
The following two buttons for sorting are only available for charts. This would help sorting the chart data alphabetically or by data value in ascending or descending order.
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National Average
National average is shown as yellow line for indicators with unit as rate Chart_1

Download
This button is common for both map and chart view.
Once you examine U5MR data by province/district whether for maps or charts, you may wish to download the visualization. Clicking on button:
Map_14 It will download an excel file with the map or chart content and its data.
Map_15 Download country profile chart in excel format. This is exhaustive summary of mortality and nutrition data with powerful visualizations.

The user can also download the data as a PDF or JEPG image. To do this, click the downward arrow in the upper right hand corner, and select the option you wish to save in the following formats:

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