• Shapefile (SHP)
    Mango supports shapefiles. Here's what you need to know. Rather than being a single file, a Shapefile is made up of a collection of files. To upload your data in Shapefile format you will need the .shp, .dbf, .shx, and .prj files. The names of all files mu... Continue reading 🡒
  • Comma Separated Values (CSV)
    Spreadsheets and tabular data containing geographic coordinates can be uploaded to Mango in Comma Separated Value (CSV) format. Available on all plans CSV are one of the most common file formats uploaded to Mango, but as they are essentially just a text f... Continue reading 🡒
  • MapInfo (TAB)
    Publishing MapInfo maps on the web is possible with Mango. Mango supports vector data in MapInfo TAB file format. Available on all plans Mango requires only the .tab, .map, .id, and .dat components of a MapInfo file.   MapInfo TAB upload errors Your MapIn... Continue reading 🡒
  • Keyhole Markup Language (KML)
    Mango support KML files containing: placemarks (points), paths (lines), or polygons My Data is in KMZ format – how do I convert it to KML? A KMZ file is compressed zip archive containing KML files with a .kmz file extension. The contents of a .kmz file ar... Continue reading 🡒
  • File Geodatabase (File GDB)
    Mango supports File Geodatabase with one or more layers.   Requirements Mango supports FileGDB’s created with ArcGIS 10 and above. The FileGDB folder must be zipped before it can be uploaded. Dataset handling A File GDB that contains multiple layers will ... Continue reading 🡒
  • Adding a Web Map Service (WMS)
    Mango supports any WMS 1.3 compliant service that makes its layers available in Web Mercator projection (EPSG:3857). To add WMS layers to your account, open the Upload layers window, select WMS from the dropdown box, enter the GetCapabilities request URL of... Continue reading 🡒
  • GeoJSON
    Mango support GeoJSON files containing coordinates in WGS 84 (EPSG:4326) format. Files can use either .json or .geojson extension.   Restrictions Mango only supports one type of geometry feature per file. GeoJSON containing multiple geometry types are handl... Continue reading 🡒
  • GeoTIFF (Raster)
    Mango supports rendered raster images with embedded geo-referenced data. Available on Business, Enterprise and Agency   Whether you're working with high resolution drone imagery, georeferenced scans, or satellite and aerial acquired imagery, Mango's raste... Continue reading 🡒
  • How to: add a Legend for Symbolized GeoTIFF Raster Data
    As Mango only accepts RGB raster images, we can’t automatically produce a legend for symbolized raster layers. The following work around allows you to add your own legend for the layer. Step 1: Create an image for your symbolized raster You can either use a... Continue reading 🡒
  • Text encoding: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
    If your CSV contains characters other than basic alpha numeric characters, you may run into encoding issues, which will cause upload failures. Consider this text:  Cafe It contains characters from the basic ASCII character set, and the text file can be enco... Continue reading 🡒