Australia Early Development Index
A Snapshot of Early Childhood Development in Australia is the first National Report by the AEDI National Support Centre, which presents a clear picture of the health and development of Australia’s young children.
With the application of InstantAtlas the AEDI provides information about how communities have supported the development of their children before school. Between May and July 2009, the AEDI was completed for 261,203 Australian children in their first year of full-time school from every state and territory.
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ADHA Cancer Atlas
Arizona Department of Health Services
InstantAtlas Single Map dynamic report on Cancer rates for the state of Arizona, USA.
Report Theme - Cancer by Community Health Analysis Area (CHAA) > Age Adjusted Incidence Rate of all Cancers (2001-2004)
Read the Arizona Department of Health Services Case Study here
InstantAtlas Display English Indices of Deprivation 2007
The "Bremen neighbourhood atlas“ offers a great variety of city-wide, district-based information. Contents include social, demographic and macro-economic data. Upon each inquiry, users are presented with a map, a table and two graphics, which allows direct comparisons of districts and/or analyses of temporal changes. Diverse tools, such as the option to highlight districts of interest, and an intuitive interface allow for detailed and customized searches as well as easy menu navigation. In the end, the user is never more than a few simple clicks away from the desired information.
East of England Observatory
East of England Development Agency (EEDA)
Regional Spatial Strategy
East of England Regional Assembly (EERA)
James Perry, Regional Analyst, EERA
Ward Profiles 2010
Greater London Intelligence
Profiles created using InstantAtlas provide a summary of demographic and related data for each ward in Greater London. The profiles are designed to provide an overview of the population in each area by combining a range of data on the population, diversity, households, life expectancy, housing, crime, benefits, land use, deprivation, and employment.
Gareth Piggott, says: “We are going to be using InstantAtlas more and more. A good example of this is the ongoing project called Focus on London. Rather than having a 200 page report that is produced every year, we will be releasing one chapter per month with interactive mapping on our website. This means we will have a new InstantAtlas report every month.”
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Hamburg Election Results
Election Results Atlas for the districts of Hamburg which provide a comprehensive picture of voting behaviours for multiple political parties across the city. The report presents the results of multiple elections from 2004.
See the InstantAtlas Election Reporting Dynamic Report Template.
Learn how to use InstantAtlas for Election Reporting - See Video Tutorial
Recorded Crime for England
Strategic Planning Initiative
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
In the context of promoting “Smarter Solutions for Crime Reduction”, the Illinois Criminal Justice Authority chose InstantAtlas to present a suite of interactive crime data analysis tools in September 2010.
These reports present over 70 indicators at a county level. Annual and 5-year average offense and arrest rates are compared across Illinois for major crime categories. Additional themes allow users to explore data and create maps presenting case filing rates, admissions to the Department of Corrections or to substance abuse treatment programs.
Using the single map report, users can view the data geographically and through time. Data can be filtered by region, judicial circuit or rural/urban county type.
The scatterplot profile allows the exploration of relationships between crime and outcome indicators, exposing major positive and negative data variances from the state norms in individual counties.
See the Illinois Criminal Justice Authority Case Study
Interactive Cancer Epidemiology Atlas for Schleswig-Holstein
The Institute for Cancer Epidemiology, Lübeck
Regional health statistics
National Public Health Institute, Finland
“We are using InstantAtlas for presenting regional health statistics in Finland. Our goal is to provide a balanced overview of the population's health, which is useful for health policy planners and decision makers in the districts and municipalities.
Our pilot site 'Terveytemme' (literally 'Our Health') presents the first set of health indicators. While the number of indicators in the InstantAtlas report is still quite limited, it has already received positive feedback from several directions.”
Timo Koskela, D.Sc. , Dept. of Health and Functional Capacity, National Public Health Institute, Finland
Health Reporting -
Landesamt für Verbraucherschutz Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
The new internet presentation of state health reporting which was launched on September 15, 2008 is a dynamic product. Its contents will be continually extended and updated and the structure modified where appropriate.
Ireland Housing Completion Atlas
This atlas was created to show the housing completion in Ireland by displaying the cumulative percentage increase in housing completion numbers between 1994 and 2008 by administrative area.
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North Rhine-Westphalia : Core Health Indicators by District
NRW Institute of Health and Work, Germany
Compendium of Clinical & Health Indicators (Interactive Atlases)
NCHOD National Centre for Health Outcomes Development
The National Centre for Health Outcomes Development (NCHOD) is a unique national resource in the UK concerned with all aspects of health outcomes assessment.
Funded by the Information Centre for health and social care, NCHOD produces the online Clinical and Health Outcomes Knowledge Base, including the Compendium of Clinical and Health Indicators. This is an extensive resource used predominantly by local authorities and Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) to help them direct public health resources effectively in their regions, to save lives.
Director of NCHOD, Dr Azim Lakhani is in no doubt that the Compendium combined with InstantAtlas makes a difference to UK health and to saving lives. He said: "Aided by InstantAtlas, what we are now able to do on a much wider scale and much more clearly, is show people where there might be a problem. This allows them to target resources effectively.”
The Cancer e-Atlas
National Cancer Intelligence Network, UK
A8 Migration Map, 2007
Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA)
This report shows the estimated A8 population migration map to Northern Ireland. The A8 countries are listed as: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Solvakia and Slovenia.
To create this report NISRA used the Single Map Template. For more information on the Single Map click here, for a video tutorial on the Single Map Template click here.
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North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC)
These profiles provide statistics for individual neighbourhoods and even wards within a District area. These statistics help paint a picture of the local area in which people live, or people wish to find out more about.
The profiles will help North Yorkshire County Council and its partners when planning services to make sure they are taking local variation and local needs into consideration.
Health Surveillance and Disease Prevention and Control
Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Washington D.C
Public Health Atlas
Public Health Information Development Unit, University of Adelaide, Australia
"InstantAtlas met the need for a simple, user-friendly interface to our data.
The features that enable users to view details for their local area make this an excellent, well-designed and low cost vehicle to deliver population health data for Australia."
John Glover, Director, Public Health Information Development Unit
District Monitoring -
Statistical Office of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
The new online maps for Schleswig-Holstein make it possible for different audiences to gain a quick overview of the structure and trends in each district. The data presented will be updated on regular intervals.
The 34 most important indicators are visualized under four major themes: population, income, education and economics, as well as tourism and land-use.
“The reaction to my report was positive and in the first year we started to tackle information sharing by creating a protocol. We then started to build the virtual network of individuals who wanted to share and provide the information,” says Lyn Baran, Group Manager Business Development, Suffolk County Council
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Local Statistics Atlas for the North East of England
Tyne and Wear Research and Information (TWRI)
Kadhem Jallab, Head of TWRI
Victorian Government - Department of Health
The Department of Health’s core objective is to achieve the best health and wellbeing for everyone living in Victoria and its role covers planning, policy development, funding and regulation of health service providers.
The Health Intelligence Unit (HIU) provides high quality information on the health, and determinants of health of the Victorian population to improve health policy development and service planning.