DHIS2 features awesome web-based GIS features that lets you do thematic mapping of areas and points, view facilities based on classifications, visualize catchment areas for each facility. You can define custom legend sets and link them to indicators. The DHIS2 GIS lets you put labels on areas and points and search and filter based on various criteria. You can overlay multiple layers and use Google Maps as background layer. You can move points and set locations on-the-fly. Maps can be saved as favorites and shared with other people.
DHIS2 provides nice charting capabilities. It supports all the standard chart types like column, line, pie, stacked column and area charts. You can display trend lines, legends, titles, labels, target lines and baselines. Select easily from all of your indicators, organizational units, time periods and other dimensions, and flip categories and series around as you like. Charts can be saved as favorites and shared. You can write interpretations of your chart data and discuss with colleagues. Charts can be downloaded as images and PDFs.
DHIS2 features a fully web-based pivot table which lets you analyze data along all data dimensions and arrange these on columns, rows and as filters at demand. You can include totals and subtotals and remove empty rows, and control display density, font size and digit group separator. Pivot tables can be saved as favorites and be downloaded and used as basis for offline MS Excel pivot tables.
DHIS2 provides a personal dashboard where you can put your favorite charts, maps and reports for fast access. You can search directly from the dashboard for analysis related to a particular subject or for other people. The dashboard features integrated messaging functionality which lets you communicate directly with other users. From the dashboard you can view the data interpretation feed - data interpretations shared from the various analytics modules will appear here so that you can better understand your data and your organization. From the feed you can comment on other people's interpretations and start discussions.