A first-time administrator's introduction to uploading and importing data to a Koordinates site.
Koordinates provides a range of options for branding and customising your site.
Use groups to manage the ownership user permissions for your data.
Your site has a range of built-in user roles, including staff, administrators, collaborators and general users.
Use permissions to decide who can access, download or edit your data.
Learn how to manually update your data from the user interface.
Learn more about the data that will appear by default on your homepage.
Choose a data layer to feature on your homepage.
Add categories that can be used to browse and filter search results on your site.
Administrators can enable users to crop specified data layers according to region.
Learn how to find, appraise, crop and access data on any Koordinates site.Getting Started
Learn how to quickly access the data you need from a site on the Koordinates platform.
Learn how to quickly access the data you need from a Koordinates site.
Tips and tricks for appraising data added to your map.
Use the cropping tool to ensure you only download the data you need.
Use the About page to appraise data in greater detail.
A Koordinates ID enables a range of activities across Koordinates-powered sites.
Learn more about the basic layout of a Koordinates site.
Datasets on Koordinates are published with a range of descriptive information and metadata.
Tips and tricks for making the most of data tables.
Find out the history of changes and updates to data
APIs to manage your site, query data and build new products and services.Getting Started
Tips for making the most of the Koordinates Administration APIs.
Query data hosted on Koordinates via simple HTTP requests.
Our Python Client Library provides a convenient way to get started building your integration with the Koordinates API.
Set scopes for an API token through the Koordinates user interface.
The Data Catalog API is a read-only API for listing data from the Koordinates catalogue.
The Layers and Tables API allows publishers to set, edit and update layers and tables.
Use the Documents API to find, create and edit documents.
The Sets API can be used to make sets of layers, tables and documents.
The Data Sources API provides read and write access to sources, datasources and scans
Use the Group Publishing API to schedule drafts of versioned objects to be published together.