This page contains links to other websites that have resources
that could be considered useful when making maps of HIV data. They are broken
down into three sections: Reading and Guidance;
Other Data Sources; and GIS Tools .
Readings and Guidance
Links to materials that are considered useful when making maps, particularly
maps using HIV data.
Subnational Population Estimates Components for the HIV Spatial Data
Methods for Estimating and Projection Population by Age and Sex for Subnational
Areas of Countries in the HIV Spatial Data Repository
Federal Geographic Data Committee. Geospatial Metadata Standards
Geographic Names Database
Health Facility Assessment Technical Working Group. “The Signature Domain and
Geographic Coordinates: A Standardized Approach for Uniquely Identifying a
Health Facility.” January 2007 WP-07-91.
VanWey, L. K.; Rindfuss, R. R.; Gutmann, M. P.; Entwisle, B.; and Balk, D. L.
2005. "Confidentiality and spatially explicit data: Concerns and challenges."
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102(43): 15337-15342.
Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Regional Newsletters
Other Data Sources
Links to other sources of GIS data, such as SALB, that could be useful when
mapping HIV-related data.
National Mapping Agency Contacts
The Second Administrative Level Boundaries (SALB) dataset
Links to various GIS tools and resources that could be useful when mapping HIV