We compile a wide range of datasets across categories, from human mobility to points of interest to financial data.
Select the data category you're interested in to see what’s available:
Merchant and ATM transaction data from leading banks and credit card companies.
Mobile device and GPS data provide insight into human movement patterns.
The most recent census data including: age, income, household types, and more.
Property statistics, prices, and history to drive decisions and investment.
Data from routing apps and GPS to analyze traffic patterns and commuters.
Location data for business establisments, restaurants, schools, attractions, …
Climate and weather data, including exposure to weather-based hazards.
Digital boundaries for data aggregation and display on a map.
Browsing habits, app usage, feelings and experiences shared over social media platforms, ...
Data especially curated to analyse the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Datasets curated by CARTO in common geographic supports to ease spatial analytics.
Data Scientists & Analysts typically only spend 20% of their time analyzing. Datasets listed in the spatial data catalog are available through the Data Observatory, a spatial data platform that enables them to stop wasting time on “data admin”.
Take away the pain of discovery, evaluation & ETLing & ensure you’re maximizing the time spent on the models that answer your most pressing business questions.
You can access open and premium datasets from the Data Observatory in your own work environment.
Discover the most suitable datasets for your analysis, subscribe to them, select the variables you want to use, and enrich your data — all from your Jupyter notebook using CARTOframes
Easily bring spatial datasets to Builder, CARTO’s drag and drop mapping tool, extract key insights, and create lightweight, intuitive dashboards to share across your organization.
Want to access datasets from other platforms via the Data Observatory? Get access to data from BigQuery or contact us to discuss your needs in other platforms, such as Snowflake or AWS Athena.