Once you have searched for the data you want by specifying the desired indicators or areas, you can use DevInfo to visualize your data in many exciting ways.
Once you're in the visualization page, the left panel will allow you to change your underlying data selections at any time. The options available in the left panel will vary depending on the visualization selected, as well as the underlying data parameters.
After making your search selections and clicking "Visualize," you can choose from various graphs and charts options to visualize your data. Depending on the underlying data structure based on your selection, certain graphs/charts may be disabled.
You can remove certain areas from your graphs, modify your time period selections, and select which subgroups (if available) you'd like to view. You can save, download, and share your visualization at any time.
Maps are one of the most exciting visualization options in DevInfo, and you can easily customize them to fit your requirements. DevInfo allows you to create four different types of maps: single-thene, multiple-theme, two-dimensional Google Map and three-dimensional Google Map.
Customize your four map visualizations by learning how to work with the "Settings" tab. This video will show you how to edit labels, themes and legends for maps. For instance, display area name and data values on the maps or modify your map colors.
This video explores how to display multiple indicators on one map. The example taken in this video is a color theme map showing Infant Mortality Rate in the Central African region with a chart overlay showing the Female Literacy Rate.
DevInfo offers multiple ways for you to download and share your visualizations. For example, if you have a map, you can download it as an image in PNG, JPG, or GIF format, as well as in Excel and KML format.
Choose the format that best suits your need. This option is useful if you wish to include your visualizations in a