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Geographic Information Systems Tools
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Spatial Quality and Anomalies Diagnosis (SQUAD) Tool
MEASURE Evaluation’s Spatial Quality Anomalies Diagnosis (SQUAD) Tool can rapidly identify the presence of certain anomalies, which can then be investigated further to determine if there is a data quality issue.
Located in Resources / Tools / Geographic Information Systems
Free E2G Mapping Tool Version 3
E2G 3.0 is a free mapping tool from MEASURE Evaluation that allows you to create color-shaded maps in Google Earth using Excel spreadsheet data for administrative divisions (e.g., provinces and districts).
Located in Resources / / Health Information Systems / E2G: Excel to Google Earth Thematic Mapping Tool
The PLACE Mapping Tool: A Plug-In for QGIS
The PLACE Mapping Tool allows users to produce the maps they need, even with limited knowledge of a GIS
Located in Resources / / HIV and AIDS / PLACE: Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts
Enhancing Family Planning and Reproductive Health Decision Making through GIS Data Linking
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Using Maps in Decision Making to Strengthen Programs for Orphans and Vulnerable Children
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New Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Resources
MEASURE Evaluation helps the health sector in developing countries use geospatial tools such as GIS to provide a more complete understanding of health in a community. The project recently added several new GIS resources.
Located in Resources / Newsroom / News
Geographic Information Systems Working Group Meeting: GIS to Support PEPFAR
The annual meeting of the MEASURE Evaluation Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Working Group in June 2016, in Washington, DC, focused on how geospatial data and tools support PEPFAR in the fight for an AIDS-free generation.
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What we’re reading: Geospatial analysis of HIV
By John Spencer, MA. To help spread innovative techniques we’ve observed in the literature, we’re highlighting four articles representative of four approaches for geospatial analysis.
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Where Can You Make the World a Better Place?
By John Spencer, MA. Google assembled people who use spatial tools to do good. MEASURE Evaluation produced this video to show how these tools can help improve health services.
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