Some Map4Web application examples:
Interactive Atlas on Health Inequalities (IAHI)
The Interactive Atlas on Health Inequalities (IAHI) is an online, easy-to-use, health information system that allows users concerned with health resource allocation and planning to interact with aggregated health information for various spatial and population units of analysis and to produce tables, graphs and maps almost instantly using Map4Web.
The IAHI was developed by the PRIMUS research group, directed by Pr Alain Vanasse, full professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Université de Sherbrooke. The development of the IAHI has been funded by the GEOIDE Network, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Santé (FRQS), and by private partners (Merck Frosst Canada, K2 Geospatial, the “Prends soin de toi” Program of AstraZeneca Canada and Pfizer Canada).
Analysis of traffic data system
The Automated mapping and analysis of traffic data system is a system that allows managing the vehicle counting dataset inventory and producing maps of volumes of vehicles in transit per direction and for a given area (e.g., a specific road, an intersection), time period (e.g., morning peak hour) and data counting type (e.g., vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists). The system is comprised of a database of vehicle counting data, intersection templates that are mapped automatically and an analysis interface based on Map4Web.
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