A spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is a data infrastructure that employs a framework of geospatial data metadata, users, and tools which are interactively connected for effective and efficient use of spatial data to be communicated to stakeholders. The data/ information provider should be able to update spatial data stored in a repository using software client to display query and analysis, catalog service for discovery, browsing, and querying of metadata.
Click to search for geospatial data published by other users, organizations and public sources. Download data in standard formats.
Data is available for browsing, aggregating and styling to generate maps which can be saved, downloaded, shared publicly or restricted to specify users only.
As for the layers and maps GeoNode allows to publish tabular and text data, manage theirs metadata and associated documents.