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Written by David Manzanares on Feb 6, 2019
One of the most welcomed features of modern vector renderers is the performance advantage they bring to the table. While SVG and Canvas renderers have been developed in the...
Written by Raúl Ochoa on Nov 15, 2018
Written by Steve Isaac on Sep 27, 2018
For retailers, there is nothing more important than a clear, data-driven picture of store health. Whether you are a C-level executive looking at the big picture to identify...
Written by Paul Ramsey on Aug 16, 2018
Anyone who has programmed geospatial software has eventually come to a conclusion about data formats: there is only one truly de facto standard for geospatial data, the sha...
Written by Iván Malagón on Jul 13, 2018
It’s been three months since CARTO.js v4 reached the stable release state. Since then, we’ve been receiving very good feedback and researching what our customers are using ...
Written by Steve Isaac on May 21, 2018
The future of location intelligence relies on systems capable of analyzing and visualizing vast amounts of data that respond quickly to user interactions and queries. Vecto...
Written by Paul Ramsey on May 17, 2018
You can use OGR to move data into and out of CARTO. And you can use QGIS to view and edit layers supported by OGR. So it would stand to reason that you should be able to us...
Written by Steve Isaac on May 1, 2018
One of several exciting announcements coming out of CARTO Locations Madrid was the launch of Airship, CARTO’s new front-end library for Location Intelligence apps. Airship,...
Written by Paul Ramsey on Mar 7, 2018
CARTO users want to see maps drawn quickly, and drawing maps quickly means rendering every geometry in a table to an output format. By deploying the latest version of Postg...
Written by Paul Ramsey on Feb 23, 2018
PostgreSQL is packed full of under-appreciated features (pg_trgm, full-text search, logical replication, ranges, to name a few) but I’d like to highlight one feature tha...
Written by Rafa de la Torre, Paul Ramsey, and Raúl Marín on Feb 14, 2018
CARTO is open source, and is built on core open source components, but historically most of the code we have written has been in the “CARTO” parts, and we have used the cor...
Written by Paul Ramsey on Feb 12, 2018
The default CARTO data importer is a pretty convenient way to quickly get data into the platform, but for enterprises setting up automated update it has some limitations:
Written by Matt Forrest on Oct 16, 2018
Although the landscape has drastically transformed over the last decade, retail analytics have not kept pace which is causing some retailers to close the wrong store locati...
Written by Andy Eschbacher on Nov 30, 2017
It’s with a lot of pride that we’re releasing CARTOframes, a Python package for interacting with CARTO that’s built specifically with data scientists in mind.
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