CREATE INTERACTIVE MAPS
CSV2GEO provides live conversion of worldwide batch addresses into geographic coordinates
(address to lat long) or turn coordinates into a well formatted address
It creates and publishes interactive maps
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Set of spacial data converted to latitude and longitude from addresses or location.
Point location converted to address or location name from latitude and longitude.
Application programming interface (API) that takes a set of spacial data, converts it to latitude and longitude from addresses, and produces an interactive map.
Digital maps that users interact with using layers and tools embedded inside.
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Explore Michigan Art Museums; Batch Geocoded Interactive Map
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Interactive Maps Embedded in Articles and Blog Postings
Ever wish you could create an interactive map to display with your articles and blogs? Do you know how easy it is ? We use an interesting and exciting set of example data to walk you through the process of generating your own interactive maps.
Alabama Bigfoot Sighting With Interactive Map
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How to Reverse Geocode Data from a Large GPS-IERS Data File?
Many people are familiar with geocoding in their everyday lives even if they don’t recognize it by name. For example, anyone using the Google Maps app to get driving directions is using geocoding. Today at least a quarter of all internet searches involve some type of mapped address as a result. It has become like the “bread and butter” of internet business. Latitude and longitude data provided by geocoded address results are considered quite normal. However, the term “geocoding” is not that popular and often creates confusion to the general population.
What Components Are Necessary When Geocoding a Batch of Addresses?
There is no historical data telling us when we first used written addresses, but presumably it was long ago. Today, addresses including latitude and longitude coordinates are an essential part of our life. Location driven searches account for at least 20% of all traffic on the internet. Millions of addresses are geocoded daily and the majority of those are done with batch geocoding tools. However, only very experienced geocoders appreciate how address components are used during the geocoding.
The user can simply paste previously copied text with address info (or latitude and longitude) to start geocoding/reverse geocoding. The text could be copied from excel or notepad, as long as the delimiter is either a tab or a comma. The user can also upload input data via a file from a local device—cell phone, iPad, PC, laptop, etc... The user can also upload input data via file from the cloud, if local device is connected to the cloud and offers upload capabilities. To upload data file, the user drags and drops a file inside the designated file upload area or clicks on that area and then navigates to the desired file and selects the file. The data file can contain other data than address location, as later the batch geocoder will process only the address data.
Geographical address is a complicated structure and over time nearly everyone takes it for granted. For example, just the street number may occasionally have 4-5 parts (street name may consist of 5-6 parts). At CSV2GEO , we look at it differently. We separate an address into six major components (tokens) and give the user the ability to dynamically associate on the fly one or more file columns to a single address token. If reverse geocoging is desired, the user can select the reverse geocoding radio button and then select which columns are latitude and longitude. The majority of our competitor's tools will require either a flat file template that restricts user of what input data to load or inefficient file manipulation to produce geolocation data.
Clicking on the Process button will process the first ten addresses and compile and display their geolocation. In case of reverse geocode it will process the first 10 latitude and longitude coordinates and produce the full addresses. The data will be added to the right of the last column of the file inside the grid. The user can verify the accuracy of batch geolocation calculating data before buying it by examining the first ten rows. As an online geocoder, CSV2GEO will produce all geolocation information live.
Clicking on the Get data button will bring registered logged users to Work History where they can purchase and download the geocoded data. If the user is not a registered/first time user, a brief registration is required for the user to login that also includes confirming license agreement.
After a successful payment, geo calculation will be performed and the file that includes geo coordinates can be downloaded. Based on the file size, and because we only do live calculations, it may take few minutes to process the data. An email will be sent to notify user when data is ready.
It is built with simplicity and flexibility to allow easy batch geocoding by converting address to lat long.
It accepts any type of address tokens and process them into geographic coordinates with minimal interaction from the user.
It provides very accurate online geocoding rooftop results. It also provides live, real time geocode conversion.
Creates a map from the geocoded list. Publish/share interactive maps. Mapping double radius, administrative, and other regions.
Designates unique color map markers. Filter by list columns and column values. Set up marker icons from library.
Mark visited map markers to track progress. Add custom notes to map markers.
It is built with responsive design—works natively well on a laptop, iPod, or a smartphone.
It has a unique authentication/authorization mechanism, so the user does not have to even remember their password when geocode lookup.
It processes first 100 geographical addresses as free geocoder.
It provides reverse geocoding to well formed address.
CSV2GEO has taken batch geocoding to another level, where the focus is on creating output that can be used as a foundation for accuracy for geolocation. Using that foundation, the system creates automatically interactive maps. These maps allow users to customize the result of the batch geocoding and present/share the outcome to different audiences.
This is the opposite approach of what most data vendors are doing, where they put focus on everything else but not the geolocation. From the ground up, CSV2GEO focus on the geolocation first as a cornerstone for building spatial interactive maps and transfer the power from batch geocoding into the maps and reports.