To see a working example of the Dynamic Atlas, download the shapefiles (.dbf, .prj, .shp, .shx) with their corresponding spreadsheet (.csv) and metadata (.txt) files using the 'Download' button. Then upload the files to the Dynamic Atlas using the file upload forms below. The shapefiles define the spatial geometry. The CSV spreadsheet has one row per spatial sub-region/point along with the following columns: disease data at each timestep (in this example 'time_1', 'time_2', and so on'); an optional column (in this example 'Population'); and a column containing identically named sub-regions as defined in the shapefiles (in this example the data in the 'District' column). The metadata is a text file containing data to format the Dynamic Atlas (e.g. legends, colours, labels, etc.).