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Countries GeoJSON: A Free and Open Source Dataset of Country Polygons


Built by the community and William & Mary geoLab, the geoBoundaries Global Database of Political AdministrativeBoundaries Database is an online, open license resource of boundaries (i.e., state, county)for every country in the world. We currently track approximately 1 million boundaries within over 200 entities,including all 195 UN member states. All boundaries are available to view or download incommon file formats, includingshapefiles;the only requirement for use is acknowledgement.




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Every one of our boundaries is available as a Shapefile and geoJSON, with globallyunique identifiers and consistent attributes. We provide both manual download andAPI access to support most users preferred mode of access.


This tutorial requires you to download the following GeoJSON sample data files.These files are good examples of the typesof vector data that you can upload to Kibana and index inElasticsearch for display in Maps.


This also rendered a rectangle as you see above, and by then I knew this has to be something wrong with the geoJSON file or how Superset use the geoJSON file that was downloaded from humdata or created by QGIS.


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While the site is now defunct, Oracles, Thinkquest.org site consolidated a series of country boundary data into shapefiles. Created as an educational site in 1996 and acquired by Oracle in 2002, the site went defunct in 2013. Thanks to the Wayback Machine, the shapefiles of country boundaries spanning between 2000 BCE and 1994 CE can still be downloaded. The data itself should be used with caution and only for small scale projects. Created by students, the archived disclaimer page explains that the data has a spatial error of roughly +/- 40 miles and the best available information, especially for the oldest years, is not the most reliable.


The Pleiades project collects historical geographical information about places most predominately for the Greek and Roman world, and is expanding into Ancient Near Eastern, Byzantine, Celtic, and Early Medieval geography. The data can be downloaded in CSV, JSON, and KML formats from the download page.


The site A Vision of Britain through Time from the the University of Portsmouthhas made historical boundary information for counties, parishes, and constituencies for England, Wales, and Scotland available for download in shapefiles format. The data downloads cover a variety of timeframes in the 1800s and 1900s. The county information is available for free download but the constituencies and parishes are offered under restricted downloads.


Last updated in December of 2016, the Harvard Yenching Institute and Fudan Center for Historical Geography offers free downloads of historical GIS data for China data of a database of populated places and historical administrative units for the period of Chinese history between 221 BCE and 1911 CE.


So that you can follow the entire process directly at your site, I use publicly available data here. On the website DataHub ( -countries) you can download the geodata of all countries of the world in GeoJSON format.


For downloading, I use the PowerShell command "Invoke-RestMethod", which is actually intended for communication with REST APIs, but in the end is also just a combination of "load web page" and "convert JSON format to PowerShell objects". And that's exactly what we want to do:


Normally, porting your D3.js work to Lumira is not too complex, and mostly involves taking care of width and height, and mapping the data correctly. However, in this case I needed to include a couple of libraries that are not by default in Lumira, as well as the topoJSON map file. To accommodate this, in Lumira we use require.js. This retrieves the files that the client needs to download and makes sure that they are available when the code needs to run. You can use external URLs for that, but it is probably a better idea to bundle those with your extension so that there are no requirements for an internet connection and dependencies are fulfilled that you know work with your extension.


Often, geodata is present in CSV files or in columns of tables that are imported from different database systems in the form of latitude and longitude values. On , you can download a CSV file containing international airport data. We are using the extended version of this file, which consists of more than 12,000 international airports and train stations. The first two fields of the file are the id and the name of the airport; in columns 7 and 8, we find its latitude and longitude coordinates:


GeoJSON is an often-used format for storing and exchanging geodata. On -maps.ash.ms, you can download countries as geodata. When you generate a custom JSON file on this site, the file consists of one JSON object, a so-called FeatureCollection, which contains multiple polygons and multi-polygons, one for each country.


The geoBoundaries Global Database of Political Administrative Boundaries Database is an online, open license resource of boundaries (i.e., state, county) for every country in the world. We currently track approximately 1 million boundaries within over 200 entities, including all 195 UN member states. All boundaries are available to view or download in common file formats, including shapefiles; we seek to represent countries as they would represent themselves in the case of conflicted boundaries.


Option 1: Use the table view in the "Download by Station" menu. In the header row click on the 3 black dots on the right hand side. From the dropdown menu tick the "Latest Data" or "Earliest Data" box. Klick on column header "Latest Data" once or twice to sort incremental or decremental. Mark all stations in your selection and request download. Use also the filter for the WMO defined reference periods for the calculation of climatological normals.


Option 2: Download GRDC Station Catalogue from the top menu. Use filter and/or range functions in Excel spreadsheet to select suitable set of data. Once your selection is complete, copy and paste GRDC station IDs in Portal into search field "Station name or number". Once display shows the selected stations on the map or table, select stations for download. Should there be several hundred stations in your request you might have to split your request.


Download the GRDC Station Catalogue and use offline the filter and selection tools of Microsoft Excel. Once your selection is complete, copy and paste GRDC station IDs into the "Station Name or Number" field. Once the selected stations are displayed on the map or table, select stations for download. Should there be several hundred stations in your request you might have to split your request.


GRDC's inventory of water bodies lists rivers of which GRDC also provides discharge data for download. It grows continuously with database updates. If you miss a river name, try the alternative names tool to check if the river you are looking for is listed under a different name.


"Watershed boundaries of GRDC Stations" are provided together with the requested discharge time series. By activating the tick-box in the data request form basin polygons of your selected stations will be added to the data download as GeoJSON file. Please note that some shapefiles are missing, as this feature is not available for all stations.


GRDC Major River Basins of the World (MRB) is an ongoing GIS project of the Global Runoff Data Centre (GRDC). GIS data is provided for public use under the condition of full citation and reference to incorporated data from the HydroSHEDS database. Data can be downloaded as ESRI Layer Package (LPK) files for use within ESRI ArcMap, or ESRI Shapefiles. Please visit the "Data Product" menu at GRDC Website (grdc[at]bafg.de).


WMO Basins and Sub-Basins (WMOBB, aka WMO Subregions) is an ongoing GIS project of the Global Runoff Data Centre (GRDC). GIS data is provided for public use under the condition of full citation and reference to incorporated data from the HydroSHEDS database. Data can be downloaded as ESRI Layer Package (LPK) files for use within ESRI ArcMap, or ESRI Shapefiles. Please visit the "Data Product" menu at GRDC Website (grdc[at]bafg.de).


Interesting datasets to expose as OAPI-Features consist of real world data having multiple attributes and links to other resources.OSGeoLive contains a number of datasets we can use. An example is /var/www/html/openlayers/examples/data/geojson/countries.geojson.You can configure it in pygeoapi using the GeoJSON provider.


To download the entire package containing all the world countries in all the 34 languages, in all the available formats (CSV, JSON, PHP, SQL and XML), with flags included, and with the ISO 3166-2 list of administrative divisions and dependent territories of all countries, use the big Download button at the top.


Click on the arrow found on the left-hand side of the page. There you can change the size of your map and adjust the labels, including: country labels, analysis labels and settlement labels. Once you have the map you want, the IPC Mapping Tool allows you to download maps in the following formats:


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