So the mask availability map, of course, is one. But even the Join platform, where we offer a visualization of the National Budget and people can comment publicly in a participatory way on the budget, started as a re-imagination of the National Budget website. At that time in 2012, the National Budget website was still just PDFs and just very hard to read numbers. But, at, people started a endeavor that visualized it as a tree graph or bubble graph or things like that and people can comment around particular items in the budget and have much better contextual details, like, for example, the year-to-year growth or decline of that particular budget. It was such a good idea that by 2016, we merged that back in from to

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