Geospatial Data & Tools for Analysis
A revolutionary new tool to spur open access to usable geospatial data
Find quality assured datasets curated by experts
Filter and join datasets without using code
Data is exported to a clean CSV with predictable naming conventions
Supporting documentation includes metadata
Access a permanent link of data extraction requests
Watch a short demonstration or go right to GeoQuery.
How GeoQuery works
GeoQuery performs advanced spatial statistics to extract data from open-source datasets on topics on such as:
- International Aid
- Population and the Environment
- Conflict and Health
- Economic Development
- Access to Infrastructure
Every data request you make returns an email with a single CSV where each row is a geographic boundary and each column is a requested dataset. This file can be read by nearly all software packages, and we also include a full PDF of metadata. All requests are made accessible at a unique, permanent URL to promote data sharing. See our Quick Start Guide.
Visit our list of GeoQuery-related research publications to explore the technical details. Additional options for advanced users:
- Boundary Data: Get the geographic and administrative boundary data (GeoBoundaries) used in GeoQuery. Fully open and redistributable, with all meta and license data available for every country in the world.
- Measurement Datasets: Access the raw raster and vector data used to generate data in GeoQuery, including AidData, open-source satellite data, and other information used to create extracts.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on GeoBoundaries and raw raster and vector data.