Dekart is open-source WebGL-powered map visualization and spatial analytics for modern data warehouses. It offers self-hosted alternative to CARTO and Foursquare Studio. We build it for data scientists, analysts, GIS professionals, and developers who need to visualize large datasets on a map.
Try Dekart with BigQuery Open Datasets
Create beautiful data-driven maps and share them with your team:
- State-of-the art WebGL-powered map visualization for Snowflake, BigQuery and Amazon Athena
- Optimized for large query results, tested 100Mb/1M rows
- Efficient query result caching on Amazon S3 or Google Cloud Storage
- Side-by-side SQL editor and support for CSV and GeoJSON file uploads
- Simple Docker-based deployment with native support for Amazon Cognito and Google IAP and AWS/GCP/Terraform examples
Available data sources
- AWS Athena
- CSV (file upload)
- GeoJSON (file upload)
- Deploy to AWS/ECS with Terraform and manage access with Google IAP
- Deploy to Google App Engine and manage access with Google IAP
- Run with Docker
Support us in building Dekart
- Give it
- Be part of the conversation in the Dekart Community Slack
- Vote for new features by adding
👍to new items in the Public Road map.
- Raise issues and feature requests in Dekart GitHub Issues
Dekart is named after French mathematician René Descartes (French: [ʁəne dekaʁt], Latinized: Renatus Cartesius). Descartes was the name of a French family surname derived from the word des chartes, meaning "of the charts"; this was a reference to the family's involvement in the creation of maps and globes.