InstantAtlas is an interactive, internet-based mapping tool, licensed to and supported by the Missouri Cancer Registry and Research Center, which allows users to visually display data gathered from registry data.
InstantAtlas was designed to present statistics in a more user-friendly way. By using InstantAtlas, information and data can be viewed and displayed in a variety of formats (example: charts, tables, maps), and allows easy comparison of different areas (example: counties, regions, measures, years).
As an interactive, internet-based mapping tool, InstantAtlas has two versions:
Basic/desktop version for use in designing, populating and publishing Dynamic Reports.
InstantAtlasTM desktop has four parts:
Cancer Incidence, Demographic and Behavioral Risks
Data are presented both as a double map showing correlations between indicators and as an area profile showing comprehensive overviews for user-selected counties.
Advanced/modular server version extends and expands the range of solutions to include database-driven local information systems, data observatory and area profiling applications that allow you to share location-based statistics and indicators. InstantAtlasTM server enables information analysts, researchers, and data professionals to create highly interactive web solutions that combine statistics and GIS data to improve data visualisation, enhance communication, and engage people in more informed decision making.
InstantAtlas Server for use in displaying a large number of indicators, improving data management processes and streaming data 'live' to dynamic reports.