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PX-Map2 visualizes your data in dynamic maps . Marianne Vik Dysterud, Statistics Norway [email protected] Meeting on the Management of Statistical Information Systems (MSIS 2007) Geneva, 8 – 10 May 2007. PX-Map2 visualizes your data in dynamic maps. Introduction Running PX-Map2

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PX-Map2 visualizes your data in dynamic maps

Marianne Vik Dysterud, Statistics Norway

[email protected]

Meeting on the Management of Statistical Information Systems (MSIS 2007)

Geneva, 8 – 10 May 2007


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PX-Map2 visualizes your data in dynamic maps

  • Introduction

  • Running PX-Map2

    • Different environments

    • System requirements

    • Some highlights

  • Demo

  • From ESRI shape files to valid SVG files

  • Temporarily limitations and possible improvements

  • Questions

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Introduction

  • Increasing use of thematic maps and other graphics

  • The first maps were produced by consultants

  • Increasing demands for production of maps in Statistics Norway

  • Looking for appropriate “off the shelf” tool

  • Statistics Norway decides developing PX-Map due to

    • price/performance

    • complexity of user interface

    • interfaces with statistical data / statistical databases (PC-Axis file format)

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Introduction cont.

  • PX-Map is one of the contributions to the PC-Axis Family from Statistics Norway

  • PX-Map2 replaces PX-Map 1.07 and PX-iMap

  • joint source code

    • different GUIs for local version and Web version

    • more efficient maintenance and development

  • PX-Map2 is developed in .Net, C# and java script

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Introduction cont.

  • General requirements

    • standalone program and as embedded program

    • Windows and Web environments

  • Data format requirements

    • PC-Axis file format

    • character separated text-file

    • SVG ( Scalable Vector Graphic)

  • Adaptation requirement

    • Transformation possibilities for ESRI shape files to SVG

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Some highlights of PX-Map2

  • Gives you an overview of your data instantly

  • Maps are made and changed on the fly

  • Choropleth maps and symbol maps

  • 2-color-scale around a user-defined threshold value

  • Language.xml – add texts in your own language

  • Default values for colors, language, classification type and others could be set in a configuration file

  • End user adjusting of colors for different functions are stored in cookies

  • Scrolling values gives an experience of ”animation” due to the dynamic SVG format

  • FREE of CHARGE

Example

DEMO

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Example from LANGUAGE.XML

<Phrase id="CircleColors">

<Translation lang="en">Circle symbol color</Translation>

<Translation lang="nb-NO">Farger for sirkel symbol</Translation>

<Translation lang=”es”>Color del símbolo del círculo</Translation>

<Translation lang=”de”>Kreissymbolfarbe</Translation>

</Phrase>

<Phrase id="Help">

<Translation lang="en">Help</Translation>

<Translation lang="nb-NO">Hjelp</Translation>

<Translation lang=”es">Ayuda</Translation>

<Translation lang=”de">Hilfe</Translation

</Phrase>

Back

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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DEMO

Launch Statbank

from www.ssb.no

PX-Map2 intern SB

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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From ESRI shape files to valid SVG files

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Some temporary limitations of PX-Map2

  • Microsoft IE and Adobe SVG reader

  • data format (px-files, text-files)

  • number of polygons (performance)

  • one region level in SVG

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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PX-Map2 in the future

  • Adobe SVG-reader in the future?

  • Data format

    • SDMX-ML ?

    • other?

  • Some demanded functionalities

    • Firefox

    • statistics for more than one level of regions

    • combination of scravour and symbol in one map

    • direct printouts

    • storing several maps “on one page”

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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PX-Map2 in the future

  • PX-Map3.0 in 2008 is depending on

    • demands for new functionalities

    • economical resources

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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Contacts

www.ssb.no/pxmap

Please feel free to address questions and comments to

[email protected] or [email protected]

MSIS 2007, Geneva 8 – 10 May 2007, Marianne Vik Dysterud - [email protected]


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