A visual context for data
Where did your data come from? Seeing a visual presentation of a data source puts users in a better position to interpret and act on real-time or processed data.
Our extensible platform enables experimentation and fast, iterative development of interactive presentation plugins for specific markets and businesses.
Integrate maps into web-based content
Maps are fully customizable using CSS
JSON is used to represent a map
Maps broadcast events so developers can update page content
Map data onto a visual, interactive context
Mapping data starts with the most common digital asset: images. An image of any place or any thing is easily captured through digital cameras and mobile phone cameras. In addition, many computer file formats such CAD drawings or PDF files support export to multiple image file formats.
Hence, we start the process of mapping data onto a visual context with images. By no means are we limited to the two dimensional layout of images. However, because of the widespread presence of images our visual presentation plugins are developed with images as the foundation.
The Map Editor is a full-featured toolset accessible in modern web browsers on any operating system. It enables developers and non-programmers to quickly and easily create and publish interactive maps.
Create, publish and store interactive maps in the Interactive Map cloud service. Thereafter, embed your interactive map on your website, blog or intranet in the same way as Google Maps or YouTube videos. Embedded maps enable additional cloud features such as exporting an interactive map as an image or as a Microsoft Office document.
Our developer docs will get you started with the integration of an interactive map into your web-based content.Developer Docs