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The Custom Country option allows you to create your own customized country groups
from country selection panel.
Click on Custom Country. A new box will open. Click on the desired countries listed
in the country selection panel. Enter the group name in the Enter Group Title box
and click on Add. The new country group will be added to the right panel.
To edit an existing country group, click on the Edit link in the current selection
panel in right side.
Now you can add new countries or remove the countries to an existing customized
group. 1. Click on the additional countries listed in the country selection panel.
2. To remove the country from the group double click on the country or select the
country and click Remove button. 3. Click on Add to save changes to your customized
group. Note: Editing the group name will create a new custom group. You can remove
the customized group by clicking on the Delete button in the current selection panel
in right side
myDataBank allows you to derive your own Custom Indicators from existing
Click on Custom Indicators. Choose input indicators by clicking on the desired series
in the panel and use the calculator functions to construct your custom indicator
For example, for a series that shows the percentage of female population, double-click
on the series Population, Female. Then create a formula by clicking*100/ from the
key pad. Then double click on the series Population, Total.
After the formula is complete, you can verify its syntax by clicking the
Validate icon. Give a name to your custom indicator and click on Add.
Similarly you can create custom indicators such as GDP per Capita as GDP/Population,
and annual growth rates for population as AGR(Population, Total), etc. To have "not
available" values in the database treated as zero within your formula, use the NA