A Django application for exploring census and other place-specific data
Wazimap is a Django application for exploring census and other similar data. It makes it easy to understand a place through the eyes of the data, and to explore data across a range of places. It is most suited for census data but can easily be used with other data that is similarly focused on places in a country.
Wazimap builds on Censusreporter and makes it easier to re-use. Wazimap was originally built by Code for South Africa with the support of Media Monitoring Africa. It is maintained by Code for South Africa.
Read the full Wazimap documentation to get started.
Run the tests:
python manage.py test
Update VERSION appropriately
Update the CHANGES.rst
Commit and push to github
Release to PyPI:
python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel upload
Copyright (c) 2014 Census Reporter.
Wazimap is licensed under the MIT License.
The Wazimap name and branding is Copyright 2013-2017 Media Monitoring Africa (MMA) and may not be used without permission.
If you use this software, please provide attribution to Census Reporter, Wazimap, Media Monitoring Africa and Code for South Africa.
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