GIS Cloud supports different kinds of data formats.
Here is a quick list :
- Spatial Vector files: .shp, .mif, .mid, .tab, .kml, .gpx, .dxf, SQLite
- Spatial Raster files: .tif, .tiff, .jpg, .png, .gif, .img, .ecw, .sid, .jp2
- Image files: .jpg, .gif, .swf, .png, .img, .ecw, .sid, .jp2
- Excel 2003 and CSV: .csv and .xls
Spatial Vector files
Spatial Vector files we support: .shp, .mif, .mid, .tab, .kml, .gpx, .dxf, SQLite.
When importing vector files, make sure you upload all the mandatory parts; for example, a shapefile consists of these files: .shp, .shx, .dbf, and .prj.
If the layer doesn’t fit the map, please check if the projection file is valid and uploaded to GIS Cloud.
Spatial Raster files
Spatial Raster files we support: .tif, .tiff, .jpg, .png, .gif, .img, .ecw, .sid, .jp2
GIS Cloud supports multiband (RGB 8-bit and 16-bit) and single-band rasters. A more in-depth look at working with single-band rasters is available here . Also, if you wish to upload 16-bit raster, some tweaking is needed.
If the raster is not georeferenced, don’t forget to upload the projection file too. If the raster doesn’t have the projection file, it won’t fit the map.
Image files we support: .jpg, .gif, .swf, .png, .img, .ecw, .sid, .jp2
Excel 2003 and CSV files
We support Excel 2003 and CSV files (.csv and .xls).
Also, GIS Cloud supports connection to PostgreSQL and Oracle external databases. Learn more about it by clicking here.