Simple but powerful research & education tools.

Create, share and publish scientific, data-driven, maps for your research or in your classes. Work on affordable open-source technology that will help you meet your data sharing and publication needs.

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Data-driven maps that highlight your work

CartoDB offers researchers a powerful geospatial cengine to host and manipulate their data. When the time comes to share and publish those data, data can be easily published, adding impact and exposure to the world’s most important research.

Data-driven maps that highlight your work
  • Private data

    Securely store and review your data on a powerful cloud-based database.

  • Publishing made easy

    Build maps to share with collaborators or downstream users with the click of a button.

  • Make data available

    Publish maps and data as persistent and open data resources for a world of users.

CartoDB in the classroom

CartoDB in the classroom

CartoDB offers an easy and affordable way to teach students GIS, web mapping, or data-driven application development. It takes seconds to setup and it works on all modern operating systems.

The simplicity of CartoDB lets students rapidly advance from beginner to advanced mapping, seeing the results of their every step of the way.

Build mobile applications to collect, store, and map dataworld

Build mobile applications to collect, store, and map dataworld

Using CartoDB you can easily build data collection tools for the field or the street. Data can be uploaded, stored, and visualized using CartoDB so that collaborators can quickly view and evaluate research progress.

Scale and performance to meet your needs

All our plans are monthly, with no lengthy contract and no maximum request within reasonable limits.

  • $23/mo

    Magellan plan
    • Up to 10 tables

    • Up to 100 MB

    • Online support

    • Sync tables

    • Removable brand

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 50 k map views*

    • 250 geocodings*

    Sign up now 14 day free trial

    Or pay $249/year

  • $39/mo

    John Snow plan
    • Up to 20 tables

    • Up to 200 MB

    • Online support

    • Sync tables

    • Removable brand

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 100 k map views*

    • 500 geocodings*

    Sign up now 14 day free trial

    Or pay $429/year

  • $119/mo

    Coronelli plan
    • Unlimited tables

    • Up to 500 MB

    • Online support

    • Sync tables

    • Removable brand

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 500 k map views*

    • 1,000 geocodings*

    Sign up now 14 day free trial

    Or pay $1,299/year

  • $399/mo

    XS instance
    • Unlimited tables

    • Up to 2 GB

    • 24/7 dedicated support

    • Sync tables

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 800 k map views*

    • 2,500 geocodings*

    Create Account

    Or pay $4,399/year

  • $719/mo

    S instance
    • Unlimited tables

    • Up to 15 GB

    • 24/7 dedicated support

    • Sync tables

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 800 k map views*

    • 2,500 geocodings*

    Create Account

    Or pay $7,899/year

  • $1,279/mo

    M instance
    • Unlimited tables

    • Up to 40 GB

    • 24/7 dedicated support

    • Sync tables

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 800 k map views*

    • 2,500 geocodings*

    Create Account

    Or pay $13,999/year

  • $1,999/mo

    L instance
    • Unlimited tables

    • Up to 100 GB

    • 24/7 dedicated support

    • Sync tables

    • Private tables

    • Private maps

    • 800 k map views*

    • 2,500 geocodings*

    Create Account

    Or pay $21,999/year

FREE

Academy plan
  • Up to 6 tables

  • Up to 25 MB

  • Community support

  • Sync tables

  • Removable brand

  • Private tables

  • Private maps

  • 50 k map views*

  • 100 geocodings*

Sign up for free

And upgrade your
account only if needed.

* Additional charges will apply after exceeding the quota as defined on the Terms of Service.

NASA uses CartoDB

NASA uses CartoDB

NASA along with a group of collaborators used CartoDB in an application known as NEEMO to experiment with the idea of using citizen scientists to mark up sea floor images. Collected by NASA astronauts over a two week mission to work on traverse planning and extreme environmental training, the images were made available to the public through a game like interface. Volunteers moved along the seafloor, observing and annotating biodiversity, contributing over 25,000 classifications.

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