What's New in AtlasPlus
CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) has added new state county-level maps to NCHHSTP AtlasPlus. These maps are available for indicators with county-level data, such as HIV diagnoses, chlamydia diagnoses, tuberculosis diagnoses, and households living below the federal poverty level.
AtlasPlus gives you quick access to more than 15 years of CDC’s surveillance data on HIV, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and tuberculosis (TB). Users can also view social and economic data in conjunction with HIV, viral hepatitis, STDs, and TB infections.
- Convenient: you can get the data when you want – all with a few clicks.
- Quick: you don’t have to rely on someone else to compile and send you data.
- Easy: you don’t need to sift through pages of surveillance reports.
- Social: adding the AtlasPlus button to your website makes it even easier to access and share this powerful tool.
1. NEW Data
- 2018 HIV surveillance data at the national, state, and county levels
- 2018 TB surveillance data at the national, state, and county levels
2. Diverse Visual Data Characterization Capabilities
- NEW: State county-level maps
- Line graphs by year
- Pie or bar charts for sex
- Bar charts for age group, race/ethnicity, transmission category (HIV), and country of birth (TB)
- Bar charts by states or by counties
- Ability to create two side-by-side maps or charts; e.g., compare two diseases, or one disease and one social determinants of health indicator
3. Enhanced Data Visualization
- Faster and cleaner data displays
- Change from flash format to HTML5, which means faster and cleaner data displays, as well as mobile access
We incorporated many of the functions users told us that they use. For example, user favorites include:
- Integration of Disease and Social Determinants of Health Data
- Downloadable graphics and data
- Interactive and visually-engaging maps
- Send us your thoughts through the Feedback button to we can keep improving the AtlasPlus experience.
- Have a question? Email us at NCHHSTPATLAS@cdc.gov.