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Quick Guides to using Maps and Data

To help you get the most from using Maps and Data we have developed the following quick guides.

Single maps

Once you have selected your data, you can choose to view as a single map. This provides an interactive view containing a map, table and chart allowing you to understand the spatial patterns and temporal trends for a specific indicator of interest.

Point maps

Provides the same view as the area map, however, it shows the locations on the map using dots.

Correlation charts

The correlation charts are available at CCG and top tier local authority level and can be used to explore the relationship between a range of indicators. If the indicator you’re interested in isn’t included on the chart you can contact us to request it.

Advanced data selector

You can use the Advanced Data Selector to help you compare indicators found in different themes and quickly and easily export datasets to Excel.

System requirements

The HTML reports above are viewable on all modern browsers (Internet Explorer 9 and above, Chrome, FireFox and Safari), and mobile devices. If you are using Internet Explorer 9 and still have trouble viewing the reports this may be a problem with ‘Compatibility View’. Clicking the icon in the bar at the top of the page (compatibility view) will switch off this feature for this site, and should allow you to view the reports.

To view the flash maps you must have Adobe Flash Player version 9 (or higher) installed on your machine. To install Flash player visit Adobe's Flash install page. You can test your browser support for Flash by clicking on the Adobe Flash version test page.

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