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InstantAtlas Supports the Open Data Institute

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“Using interactive mapping to show a nation’s progress in early childhood development”



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The website has recently been awarded Finalist in the Australian and New Zealand Internet Best Practices Awards for 2010, in the “website openness category”. This is a reflection of the ease of use of the InstantAtlas software.


Taking the project forward


The next release of data will be available on the AEDI website in December 2010 and the team is hoping to use the latest InstantAtlas templates to provide a more advanced mapping solution. The inclusion of Google Maps within InstantAtlas will be a significant advantage in this respect. Megan believes it will offer greater operability and help users to have a better sense of how the data fits together on a national scale. A development that AEDI are considering for 2011 is incorporating the time series analysis to look at how the vulnerability levels of the children within local communities of Australia have changed over time.


Key Benefits


  • The AEDI National Support Centre has been able to present nation-wide results in a meaningful and easy-to-use online mapping system
  • GeoWise provided outstanding support to help the AEDI project meet its deadline
  • AEDI GIS analysts found InstantAtlas software easy to get to know, and the online support documentation very thorough
  • It is easy to add new spatial data into existing Atlas reports, providing more complex and more meaningful data analysis










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