If you follow us on Twitter at all you have probably seen our announcement of the Data Observatory. We are excited about the release and also excited about what it brings to the CARTO community. While the Data Observatory looks like it is all about data, that’s the tip of...Read more
CartoDB has been participating and sponsoring the premier conference on free and open source software for geospatial, better known as FOSS4G-NA, for several years now and this year hasn’t been no exception! This year we had three really fun talks at FOSS4G NA. If you have a little bit of...Read more
For the past few days we have been showing off some sweet maps, data, and use-cases built from CARTO’s Data Observatory. We’re proud of the project and know some of our customers are already gaining a lot of value from using it. Making CARTO users happy and successful is our...Read more
Today we are releasing a new CARTO technology called the Data Observatory which gives our users access to some of the world’s most valuable location data. The Data Observatory makes it easier than ever before to analyze and extract insights from your own location data by attaching data-driven context to...Read more
At CartoDB our toes grow green. That is to say, we love our planet, environment, biodiversity, clean water, and all great things that envelope our shared hunk of rock in space. So Happy Earth Day! Celebrate with us by reaching out to your favorite organizations, getting out on your favorite trails, and of course, exploring some of your favorite environment maps :)Read more
Have you ever wrestled with iframes in responsive websites? What about resizing them after the page is loaded? Or maybe your site relies on consistently themed embeds from multiple services? If any of those or any other challenges of using map embeds on your platform sound challenging to you, look...Read more
CartoDB is now the easiest tool on the web for adding maps to your WordPress site. With over 60 million users, we wanted to make sure they had the ability to share maps with their stories and on their websites. So with some help from our friends at WordPress.com, it...Read more
It only takes a little bit of time working in the geospatial industry before you hear the name, Paul Ramsey. His work on PostGIS and helping to cultivate an amazing community around the open source geospatial technology is humbling. Beyond that though, a simple scan of his blog posts and...Read more
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