- My application tracks cancer-related trends across multiple US States.
- Most of the patient data in the application deals with people who live in poor, rural, or under-served regions.
- We want to start taking data from some of our demographic-related reports and plotting them on maps (e.g., pointing out cancer trends / screening by region and county)
That all being said, is it better for us to go with an Enterprise-level license of Google Maps due to the way the data is collected (by professionals with fancy tech)? Or is it better for me to go with OpenStreetMap since it may contain mapping data for more of the extremely remote areas some of our patients live in?