Improving quality and equality of healthcare relies on data. Geospatial data and analysis is key to understanding where inequality lies, where need is greatest, and finding patterns that deliver solutions that serve both citizens and governement agencies. Our customers are using Mango to put that data to work with informative and dynamic GIS webmaps.
Every day we’re seeing some great maps being created on the Mango platform—something we’re pretty proud of! Here’s some examples of how Mango is being used by our customers to spatially visualize demographic data. National Statistics The National Statistics Office of Malta uses Mango to share maps on national statistics such as education level, population and income. Open Map Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge The Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge Working Group uses Mango to deliver a spatial visualization of a geo-referenced list of publications based on the theme of Australian Indigenous Biocultural Knowledge (AIBK). Open Map Ready to make maps? […]
Thinking of making the switch to Mango? Mango is a simple ArcGIS Online alternative – here’s why.
UPDATE: Google Maps Engine API will be turned off on January 29, 2016. Are you ready? We’ve been following the announcement from Google that they are axing their Google Maps Engine product very closely and tracking the impact that it is having in the industry. The most viewed article relating to Google’s announcement appeared on ZDNet. The article was primarily aimed at those who understood what Google Maps Engine is/was and didn’t really attempt to clarify where this product stood in Google’s wide array of map related offerings. As a result, many people have misunderstood the announcement with some even […]