Whether it's more efficient delivery routes, strategic store placements or targeted geomarketing campaigns
When you use the CARTO service, you must provide proper attribution to both CARTO, and any applicable technologies and service providers. Proper attribution is required for every CARTO plan, but don't be afraid, it's easy to do!How to attribute
We use a variety of technologies and service providers to deliver the CARTO experience to our users. They require proper attribution.
Attributions for Stamen’s suite of basemaps, created using derivatives of OpenStreetMap data.
Attributions for HERE's suite of basemaps.
Attributions for OpenMapTiles's database.
For all maps that utilize Twitter’s data connector, you must obey Twitter’s terms of service.
CARTO is an open source project (under a BSD license) which makes use of many different open source technologies. Please check the CARTO GitHub page for more information.
We use a number of providers for geocoding services. Depending on your account details, and how you use the geocoding services, you may utilize one or more of the following providers: Natural Earth, GeoNames (under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0), MaxMind (including GeoLite2 data), HERE, Mapbox, and/or Google.
CARTO provides both Isoline Routing and Isochrones, courtesy of Mapbox.
Please be aware of the licenses of both your data and the data provided to you through CARTO.
The data you add to your CARTO account is your responsibility. CARTO makes it easy for you to share specific datasets, with others or publicly. You are responsible for ensuring that you have a right to share data before doing so. Attribution is not automatically added to these datasets, but you can easily include it. Learn how.