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  1. Update the list of small-area estimate studies.

    This isn't really feedback, but I didn't see another way to contact you about updating the list of small-area estimate studies. I worked with colleagues on a poverty map of the Lao PDR that is not included in the list. Here is the link: http://www.laoatlas.net/links/PDF/The%20Geography%20of%20Poverty%20and%20Inequality%20in%20the%20Lao%20PDR.pdf. Thanks, Nick

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  2. Geographical based searching for data

    Besides theme, year published, and year of data, can we have geographical coverage? Some users may be looking for data in specific areas, so it would be nice to have that upfront.

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  3. Map client – needs to point back to the source of the data

    Map client – needs to point back to the source of the data – e.g. through link that show where the basic data is coming from, or through citation information in legend or label. This would enable readers to get reference documentation as well as getting the source datasets. Also would be useful to be able to print out the map and map metadata.

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