Import multiple items to a data layer
When importing data, you can include more than one item in a single data layer.
Add and manage attachments
Add attachments that can be viewed and accessed alongside a specified dataset.
Manually upload and import data
Publishers can manually upload and import data
Connect to an Amazon S3 data source (CloudFormation Template method)
Learn how to connect your Koordinates data service to an Amazon S3 data source using the CloudFormation Template method.
Connect to an ArcGIS REST API data source
Learn how to connect your Koordinates Data Service to an ArcGIS Rest API.
Connect to a WFS service
Learn how to connect your Koordinates Data Service to a WFS service.
Connect to a CIFS network share
Learn how to connect your Koordinates Data Service to a CiFS network share.
Connect to a PostgreSQL database
Learn how to connect your Koordinates Data Service to a PostgreSQL database
Scan and manage connected data sources
Learn how to start scans from connected data services and manage connected data sources.
Connect to an Amazon S3 data source (AWS Web Console method)
Learn how to connect your Koordinates data service from an Amazon S3 data source using the AWS Web Console method.
Upload data via courier
Send Koordinates a hard-drive to add a large amount of data to your site.
Introducing supported data sources
Learn more about the range of data sources that can be used to add data to a Koordinates site.
Upload data via URL
Koordinates can scrape data from public websites and make it available for you to import into your site.
Upload and manage documents
Documents can be imported to your site as individual items, with descriptive information, metadata and licensing.
Introducing the Data Gateway
Use the Data Gateway to publish data securely from your internal systems.
Edit attribute columns during import or update
Learn how to edit the attribute columns on data during the import or update process.
Import data from connected data sources
Publishers can import data from connected sources
Create a geospatial layer from a table
Learn how to import tabular data, such as CSVs, as geospatial data