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1370.0 - Measures of Australia's Progress, 2010  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 15/09/2010   
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About MAP

HOW DO I NAVIGATE THIS PRODUCT?

The new electronic format of MAP is intended to enhance accessibility to the data for all Australians, by making it easier and more logical to navigate. It is designed to show the most summarised data on the home page for a quick overview, with more detailed data provided as you follow the links and "drill down" into the product. See below for more information about What depth of information is available?

For example, the traffic light indicators on the MAP home page are the most summarised data in MAP. From there you can follow links to the dashboard pages. These are more detailed, and present the headline and/or supplementary indicators, as well as commentary and comparisons.

However, the dashboard pages are also intended to be a brief snapshot of progress for the dimension in question. For more detail, from the dashboard pages you can follow links to:

image: speech bubble View the commentary - detailed commentary and, where available, a longer time series graph.

image: map of AustraliaView the MAP data - all of the graph data presented in MAP can be downloaded from this link.

image: folder to source dataView the source data - this link will take you directly to the source website.

Commentary on the indicators and, where available, longer time series can also be accessed through the navigation panel on the left hand side of the screen.

For those wishing to read the entire publication from first to last page, there is an option to select "Next Page" at the bottom of every page. There is also an option to select "Previous Page" if you wish to revisit an earlier page.

Finally, some pages have a "Related pages" section at the bottom of the page which enables the reader to view other pages of interest via the links provided.

 

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