MRV Spatial Data Infrastructure

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.

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31 Layers

Click to search for geospatial data published by other users, organizations and public sources. Download data in standard formats.

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1 Map

Data is available for browsing, aggregating and styling to generate maps which can be saved, downloaded, shared publicly or restricted to specify users only.

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1 Document

As for the layers and maps GeoNode allows to publish tabular and text data, manage theirs metadata and associated documents.

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35 Users

Geonode allows registered users to easily upload geospatial data and various documents in several formats.

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