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How does EMMa work?

 

 Technical documents

 
  • 01. How to register and access EMMa
    This guide explains how you get access to EMMa as a new user. It consists of three sections: Registering as a new user; Accessing EMMa; Logging on to EMMa.
  • 02. Browser requirements
    To work with EMMa, your browser must meet the expected technical requirements. This document helps you select the right browser to work with EMMa.
  • 03. EMMa User Guide
    EMMa is a web based GIS tool supporting production of maps that can be used to identify patterns in communicable disease surveillance data or during outbreaks investigations. This User Guide aims to help you discover the functions of EMMa.
  • 04. My First CSV
    Demo file. It contains dummy data to be used together with EMMa User Guide, when the manual makes reference to this file.
  • 05. EMMa CSV template tool
    In order to plot epidemiological data on a map, each case record must have a geocode that relates the record to its geospatial location. The EMMa CSV Template is a tool to help you find the geocodes for the areas of interest and add them to your CSV file.
  • 06. EMMa CSV template User Guide
    EMMa CSV Template is a tool to help you find geocodes for areas of interest and add them to your CSV file. This User Guide aims to help you understand how to generate CSV files that include these geocodes required by EMMa.
  • 07. EMMa Disclaimer
    EMMa has been prepared for the purpose of supporting the map production of disease data. No user data is stored within the system. EMMa uses spatial information from the following sources: EuroGeographics, UN-FAO, Turkstat, GADM, OpenStreetMap.
  • 08.TrainingMaterial_31May2018
    Input CSV dataset, EMMa map projects and output maps required for the training on 31 May 2018
  • Geocodes
    Geocodes
 

 Tutorials

 
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